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Mount Everest Restaurant
South Asian Restaurant$$
Today 11:30 am – 9:30 pm
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7927 Belair Rd Nottingham, MD 21236
7927 Belair RdUSMDNottingham21236
$$South Asian Restaurant, Asian Restaurant
South Asian Restaurant
Asian Restaurant
Indian Restaurant
Vegetarian Restaurant
Today 11:30 am – 9:30 pm
Monday 11:30 am – 9:30 pmTuesday 11:30 am – 9:30 pmWednesday 11:30 am – 9:30 pmThursday 11:30 am – 9:30 pmFriday 11:30 am – 10:30 pmSaturday 11:30 am – 10:30 pmSunday 11:30 am – 9:30 pm
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Samosas, biryani & other Indian & Nepalese eats are served in comfy digs with a daily lunch buffet.- Google
People talk about the chicken chilli, nepalese, chicken tikka masala, lunch buffet and lamb korma
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Bobbie Lyons
reviewed a month ago
Went for the lunch buffet with friends. The variety was large and very tasty. I am a paneer fan. It was fantastic and the naan topped it off. The atmosphere is very welcoming and the service impeccable.
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Jeremy Blair
reviewed 5 months ago
Wonderful. I love it. Excellent food, great selection. Naan is amazing. One thing that I love even more than the delicious food is the absolutely phenomenal service. I've been to the buffet, dinner, and ordered to go several times and I've never been disappointed.
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Jennifer Woods
reviewed 6 months ago
Divine! Delish! Their naan was incredible. Their Chole had me go back for seconds.
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Casey Hofmann
reviewed 5 months ago
We went to Mt. Everest last night with a larger party of 6, including kids. The service was wonderful, very prompt and considerate we thought. We were worried it would take a long time to get our food due to some reviews we'd read online uut it didn't. It took a little long for our server to bring our check at the end of the meal was all. All of the food was exquisite with every person at the table raving about what they ordered. There is an extensive menu to choose from and not a bad thing on it! We'd highly recommend this to anyone. The large seating area and fine serveware/service, give this restaurant a 'fine dining' feel to it at moderate prices. GOOD FIND!
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tara N
reviewed 6 months ago
Awesome Indian and nepales food! Have been here only twice, but can tell you it is good. The chicken tikka masala is great, as well as the lamb korma. Don't go without getting some naan bread, I like the garlic one, but recommend you skip that flavor if you are on a date and bring your own alcohol. Haven't had it yet, but heard about the lunch buffet. Sounds perfect for sampling all of the popular dishes A thing I like is they let you pick your spicy level from 1-10 on applicable dishes, so if you like it spicy, go 10, not so much, 1. Service has been great, they are friendly and ready to help make recommendations to those new to the cuisine.
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d ata
reviewed 7 months ago
Another delicious meal tonight, we have never been disappointed. The Nepalese food is our favorite. Be sure to call ahead for dinner. --Edit update 11/15/13-- New owner new menu... After several meals in an empty dining room in the past, we were afraid they would go out of business, and they did. Now they have reopened. The food is still good. The menu is much shorter. Everyone enjoyed their meals anyway. The spicy hot is offered on a scale of 1 to 10, and it seemed to make everyone happy. I did not eat the goat, but it seemed to be mostly bones. It was served in a compartmentalized oval stainless steel platter with basmati rice and vegetables. My fried vegetable balls were served in a delightful sauce, but were neither crunchy nor soft, but somewhat stringy and gooey, and impossible to cut with a fork. Nevertheless, I found them quite good. The wait staff was attendant to the water glasses, but left too much time after the meal for ordering desert. We were no longer hungry. In fact, the waiter never asked if we wanted desert at all. The decor is different. There are no longer traditional bright colors. (Not that I would know about triditional Indian anything having never traveled to India.) The formally bright arched entrance which had offered a cheerful message, was somewhat sloppily painted over in thick brown with paint splashing on adjacent trim. Sorry, I digress. We enjoyed our meal and will return.
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