The Everest Kitchen

★★★★★
  • 17171 Bothell Way Northeast A-016

    Lake Forest Park, WA 98155

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  • 206-440-0321

About The Everest Kitchen

Hours
Tuesday-Sunday 11:00 a.m.-2:30 p.m. & 4:30-9:30 p.m.; closed Monday.
Reservations
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Food

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First off, so many Indian restaurants taste the same dish to dish. Everest kitchen does not!! Best Lamb Tika Masala I have ever had! Excellent sevice, good prices and fantastic food. Don't let the appearance of the place fool you, not fancy ambiance just killer food. The Naan is especially good along with the garlic version. The lunch buffet is limited but good, dinner is a whole other story. Try some of the Nepal menu also.

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First off, so many Indian restaurants taste the same dish to dish. Everest kitchen does not!! Best Lamb Tika Masala I have ever had! Excellent sevice, good prices and fantastic food. Don't let the appearance of the place fool you, not fancy ambiance just killer food. The Naan is especially good along with the garlic version. The lunch buffet is limited but good, dinner is a whole other story. Try some of the Nepal menu also.

Pros: Food, service, overall attitude!

Cons: Ambiance

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We have been eating at the Everest Kitchen for several years. The food is always fantastic. Wwe are vegetarian and love the Shahi Paneer but our meat eating friends also go crazy for the Chicken Tika Masala. The Pakoras are a great starter and our son loves the mango Lassis.

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We have been eating at the Everest Kitchen for several years. The food is always fantastic. Wwe are vegetarian and love the Shahi Paneer but our meat eating friends also go crazy for the Chicken Tika Masala. The Pakoras are a great starter and our son loves the mango Lassis.

Pros: Great Food, Great Service

Cons: Turning in to the parking lot and pulling out of the parking lot can be a challenge

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The best reasonably-priced Indian restaurant I've found. The restaurant is family-owned, and it's just about the most welcoming family one could imagine. Ethnic food is so hit-or-miss in Seattle that I've gone by it a million times deciding not to try my luck based on its looks, but once you step through the doors you realize that it's nothing like the outside or the location. I wouldn't recommend peak dining times if you're on limited time, but with less than four tables sat it's near-instant.

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The best reasonably-priced Indian restaurant I've found. The restaurant is family-owned, and it's just about the most welcoming family one could imagine. Ethnic food is so hit-or-miss in Seattle that I've gone by it a million times deciding not to try my luck based on its looks, but once you step through the doors you realize that it's nothing like the outside or the location. I wouldn't recommend peak dining times if you're on limited time, but with less than four tables sat it's near-instant.

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After I wasn't able to visit the Himalayan Sherpa in the U District because it was closed :(, a friend reccomended the Everest Kitchen. Driving by, it looks fairly plain, but noticable because of the big spinning sign!

We got in, and even though it wasn't super lit in side, the brightly coloured walls and curtains were very fun and I was instantly greeted by the smell of their delicious buffet. I'm a vegetarian, as is my dining partner and we both had an excellent time chowing down on the veggie selections. (The Saag Paneer was DIVINE!!!) There were also a few types of Chicken curries for those so inclined. At one point in the meal, fresh Naan was made and brought out directly to the customers.... soooo tasty!!

The foods were delicious, yet not cookie cutter similar, the location was convenient (huge lot parking) and the customer service was cheerful. I'm deffinatly going back as often as possible!

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After I wasn't able to visit the Himalayan Sherpa in the U District because it was closed :(, a friend reccomended the Everest Kitchen. Driving by, it looks fairly plain, but noticable because of the big spinning sign!

We got in, and even though it wasn't super lit in side, the brightly coloured walls and curtains were very fun and I was instantly greeted by the smell of their delicious buffet. I'm a vegetarian, as is my dining partner and we both had an excellent time chowing down on the veggie selections. (The Saag Paneer was DIVINE!!!) There were also a few types of Chicken curries for those so inclined. At one point in the meal, fresh Naan was made and brought out directly to the customers.... soooo tasty!!

The foods were delicious, yet not cookie cutter similar, the location was convenient (huge lot parking) and the customer service was cheerful. I'm deffinatly going back as often as possible!

Pros: Tasty vegetarian options, tons of parking, wonderful food

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Comfy locale prepares Indian and Tibetian dishes without cholesterol-packed ingredients.

 

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