Himalaya's Kashmir Rome

Image by Himalaya's Kashmir

Matteo Mueller-Thies photo

Matteo from Rome

Studying Chinese and Indian languages and cultures. I love Rome for what makes i...

Read all articles

I still have to find that one person who doesn’t likes pasta, pizza and whatever else the Italian cuisine may offer your palate, but nonetheless, or maybe just because of that, I love trying out new food from all over the world, and I have found a particular taste in the Indian kitchen. Having tried out hundreds of small Indian restaurants in this area of Rome, there is one I particularly appreciate and hence always come back to; the Himalaya’s Kashmir.

What can I say, one thing I just love about this place is that there’s nothing even remotely fake or forced about it. The interior looks like it is straight out of a Bollywood movie, and the music played in the background does nothing to change that impression. It just has this authentic kitschy atmosphere to it that I personally wouldn’t switch for anything else in the world.

But let’s not forget about the most important thing, the food. Ever since I can remember I’ve always been a great lover of what the Indian sub-continent offers cuisine-wise, and I have to say I have rarely been as satisfied as I have been here. Offering a huge choice of vegetarian dishes, I usually go for the”Palak Paneer”, a well-spiced, north-Indian dish consisting mostly of spinach and cheese, and it is just dreamlike.

Still not convinced? Well as a student on a limited budget let me tell you that the prices are more than fair, allowing you to properly tuck in!

🗺️ Nearby spots & easy navigation? Download our iPhone / Android app!

Matteo from Rome

Matteo Mueller-Thies photo

Studying Chinese and Indian languages and cultures. I love Rome for what makes i...

Read all articles

Details about this spot



Via Principe Amedeo 325, Rome

Telephone number


Opening Times

12:00 - 16:00 & 18:30 - 00:00 daily


Palak Paneer: € 7.5


Check on Facebook

Last Changed Date: 2016-05-19 11:45:13 +0200 (Thu, 19 May 2016)