This is a very modern looking place. Located on the ground floor close to Pakwan Cross Roads, it is housed in a complex which there are half a dozen eateries. This place is done up in style with the interiors done up in Beige colour. The ceiling has bright colours on it. The furniture is wooden mostly except for one circular table which has pink upholstered chairs, kind of like a high table which a metal circular partition. This place has been started by three persons one of whom has worked extensively in various top hotels in the country and also in foreign countries. One of the owners is a pure vegetarian but this restaurant is not a vegetarian restaurant. In fact, Parosa makes one of the best non-vegetarian dishes in the city. The food here is truly interesting. Amidst the huge menu with many pages of different beverages from mocktails, shakes, coffees, teas and frappe you will find 'Mascarpone Cheese Frappe' and also 'Freak Shakes'. Try the 'Irish Coffee Frappe' or the 'Mascarpone Cheese Iced Tea'. If you are bored with the regular burger try the 'Spaghetti Burger' here which comes both in vegetarian and chicken options. The bun is made of spaghetti. However, I would recommend the 'Tennessee BBQ Burger' which is a lamb burger. If you are a salad lover, try the 'Insalata Greca'. Order the 'Habanero Foccacia Sandwich' which you get in three versions Paneer, Chicken and Prawns. Or you could try the 'Parosa Fatija'. It has vegetables, grilled chicken breast with Pico Da Gallo, mixed Cheddar Cheese, Guacamole, Sour Cream and Warm Tortillas. Sounds lovely, right? Tastes great too. The restaurant makes its own breads and buns so they are always fresh and soft. Parosa makes wood fire pizzas and they have a variety of choices, so try them here.