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“Really enjoy eating here”

The Everest Kitchen
Ranked #951 of 4,300 Restaurants in Seattle
Price range: US$30 - US$30
Cuisines: Indian
Dining style: Casual Dining
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Dining style: Casual Dining
Reviewed 19 April 2012

It's an unassuming-looking place, but the manager is really friendly and the food is really tasty. Having traveled and trekked in Nepal it was fun to peruse the menu and recall memories. The prices are fair, served quickly, and again, it's quite tasty. A Yelp coupon got me in the door, and my experience has me going back.

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Thank charisboof
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Reviewed 6 February 2012

they have a buffet during lunch time, well if i should at all call that a buffet after our experience. we went on a weekend. it says there are 25 items outside, but, inside you will find only 4 servings. Initially, after we took our first plate, the waiter had bought out two samosas to our table, we were happy. But, after that, he just disappeared, there was noone in sight. There was no food in the 4 boxes, and there were 4 more people besides us. they were just talking among themselves, so we thought, everybody was just waiting for the second load to come on, but after about 15 minutes of no new food, and waiting, the waiter came out with the bill!!
Can you imagine they called it a buffet and charged us $9 per person for that? well they never said its "all you can eat" buffet, but still, one expects full serving stations and atleast one more variety in the food compared to when one eats ala carte !

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Thank redBerry30
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Reviewed 29 January 2012

A step up taste-wise from the typical Indian joint, plus you get excellent Nepali/Tibetan specialties. Kind and attentive service and a veg-friendly menu. I can't think of better Indian food in this end of town.

Sure, it's got that slightly seedy Lake City Way look to it, but on the plus side there's plenty of parking.

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Thank chienandalou
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Reviewed 20 October 2009

Very friendly. You have to try the Lamb Sekuwa and the Chicken Tikka Masala, out of this world!

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Thank LoveNepal1
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Reviewed 4 September 2009

Good service. Decor looks like an old fast food restaurant--from the 80's... I had some Nepalese chicken, which had some kick to it but was a little salty. I'd go back, but probably not anytime soon. Just average.

Thank brianrazorback
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