EVEREST CLASSIC

(These are the selection of popular curries prepared by experienced Nepalese Chef by using freshly made spices and herbs.)

LAMB £5.95

CHICKEN £5.95

VEGETABLE £5.45

KING PRAWN £9.95

PRAWN £6.95

(Please choose the sauces of your choice)

51. KORMA

A very mild dish cooked with cream, coconut powder and ground almond.

52. PATHIA

A very tasty sweet, sour and hot dish prepared with garlic, onion and a variety of fresh herbs, garnished with a slice of lemon

53. ROGAN

Fairly hot dish, prepared with garlic, fresh coriander, and spices garnished with pan fried spicy tomatoes

54. BHUNA

A medium hot dish prepared with onion, herbs, tomato and mixed Nepalese spices

55. DOPIAZA

Medium hot dish prepared with largely chopped onions and peppers producing a very distinctive taste

56. DANSAK

A beautiful combination of spices with fresh coriander, lentils and garlic producing a medium hot flavored taste

57. MADRAS

Hot flavored spicy dish with garlic, chilli and fresh coriander

58. VINDALOO

A very hot dish cooked with fresh coriander, potato, ginger and red chilli powder giving you the strong spicy flavor taste

Contact Us

52 Home Street,

Edinburgh,

EH3 9NA

Phone No: (0131) 229 1348

Email - info@everestnepal.co.uk

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The cultural diversity of Nepal has provided an ample space for the growth of a number of varied cuisines based on the ethnic groups and the geographical features of the nation. Dishes such as Bara and Choyla reflect the Newari culture of Nepal, whereas Momo, Himalayan & Everest chicken reflects the culture of the northern region of Nepal. Dall, Bhat, Tarkari & Achar are eaten on a daily basis in every household in the whole of Nepal. Using carefully selected Nepalese herbs and spices, and the best local Scottish produce, particularly meats, we aim to create a truly excellent dining experience, based on home-style cooking where possible. Our curry dishes range from very hot to mild to suit all tastes, using aromatic rather than spicy ingredients.

 

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