Tina R. said: "Went here for a farewell party on the weekend with 34 other work colleagues. We had a set menu and asked if everything could come out an hour after the actually booking time. Our seating equally spaced out between the different 4…" read more »
- Restaurants, Takeaway / Fast Food
- Price Range:
- Moderate, $15 - $25
- Meals Served:
- Lunch, Dinner
Reviews for Everest Indian Restaurant
by Karlina Y.
27th April 2014
I have ordered from this restaurant many times. I have only chosen to order naan bread and onion bhargees as the other two times I ordered their curries I was less than impressed. The quality of the food was not consistent with the price. In fact I wouldn’t be happy to pay anything for their curries. I learnt to cook my own and to only order the sides. I have now decided not to even order sides as cardboard would be easier to eat than the naan. I do however like the onion bhargees. Sorry for the awful review but this place is just awful.
by Dee H.
25th February 2014
This has been our local for a few years, and it is so consistently good that we are reluctant to try other Indian food as it is often somehow disappointing in comparison! We have eaten here maybe 20 or 30 times. Maybe more!
The best dishes in our opinion are the Madras or the Lajabab, both wonderful every time. The best thing is that they are different from week to week, different color, different flavor, but always very good.
Rich, tasty, lots of meat.
The naan breads are yum too. Try the spiced chai tea.
And great staff.
by Talia P.
26th April 2013
We love Everest! The young girl in there is very attentive, smiley and good at her job. When we asked if we could have hotter than hot, they happily obliged and we are regular enough that they know our favourites when ordering takeaways. The food is delicious!
by Paul K.
29th October 2012
We just moved to the Opawa area and were worried about the lack of Indian takeaways. Luckily we spotted this one driving down Ferry Road, they had all our favourites and some extra dishes that we rated even better than our previous Indian local.
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