I haven't been out for a meal for a while due to various reasons so I was looking forward to a good old slap up meal. We chose The Everest as it was close to home and cost effective. I booked a table for 2030 for the buffet evening @£11.95 per person. I had seen it advertised at over 20 dishes but I couldn't count 20 unless they were including the desserts too.
The restaurant was very busy which was good as I thought the food would have been kept topped up, this was not so, the Samosas were nearly empty, the Chicken Tandoori only had a couple of pieces in it with it being mostly bone and not much meat. Some of the curries had alot of substance in them but not much meat, the poppadoms were all broken into very small pieces so very difficult to pickup. There were also no naan breads. When my partner went to look at the desserts there were only fruit pieces left. The food was also very lukewarm, not piping hot as I would have expected it to be, there were no lids on the main course dishes just a small amount of heat from underneath.
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