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It started well with a polite, well spoken waiter showing us to our table and seating us. We were not rushed to choose our meals. My meal, a Lamb Sag, had succulent pieces of meat in a well flavoured sauce. My partners meal, a Vegetable...More
The Korma and tikka were good. The tikka biryani wasn't very good at all, tasted like packet rice and the chicken was dry. The prawn puree wasn't awful but tasted like it had ketchup in it, no salad came with it. Overall, wouldn't recommend, very...More
Our first visit to this restaurant and what a find. We will definitely return.
Having eaten many curries in many locations, this is probably the best Nepalese/Indian meal in Cornwall.
Freshly made food and attention to detail.
Decided to try the Everest and sadly we were disappointed. The table that we were shown too was very sticky which was a bit off putting. The waitresses and waiter were very pleasant however we had a long wait for our main course despite only...More
New to the area and was in need of a good curry.
Everest did not disappoint. It was quiet but I quite like that as it guarantees the food is cooked fresh and direct for you rather than weekend batched food.
Menu is varied and...More
Extremely disappointed, worst Pathia I’ve ever had. The sauce was like a blended smooth orange soup. It’s usually full of texture including chopped tomatoes and herbs. Never had one like that before. Annoying as had planned to return weekly as we pass by after work.
Visited this evening,food was of a good standard however the experience was ruined by a surly waiter who charged us incorrectly for a dish.i had ordered a prawn chili poptato dish which was clearly priced depending on weather you ordered chicken lamb king prawn etc,the...More