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Everest Indian Restaurant (에베레스트)

After reading such good reviews about Everest Indian Restaurant, I tell myself I must take this opportunity to find the restaurant and try the food as I love Indian cuisine.

The restaurant is at the 2nd floor of a rather old building. From Dongdaemum Station Exit 3 (line 1) – walk straight and turn left – then turn right at first intersecting street – big restaurant sign on the 2nd floor.

It is of medium size and well decorated with bright colours and display of glittering ornaments of all sorts. I can sense it is kind of family run business.

Of course, how can we not order nans to go with the delicious curry. We ordered 2 pieces of garlic nans and it was good. The chicken biryani came in a heart shape, much to our surprise. Taste was a little different from what we normally eat at home. Nevertheless, it was a good experience. The prawns in the prawn curry was tiny shrimps. We also ordered a kind of vegetable curry which was sweet in taste. Cannot remember the name. Did not quite like it. The Aloo Gobi was good with the potatoes and cauliflower cooked soft but not overly soft. Wife expecially liked the massala tea. As usual, daughter will order the lassi in a Indian restaurant.

Service was prompt. In my opinion, this restaurant is overrated. Food is good but does not have the ‘wow’ factor for me. Our meal was 45000 won for 3 three, the most expensive meal of all meals in our trip.

Address: 148-1, 2F, Changsin 1-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul-si In Korean: 서울 종로구 창신1동 148-1번지 2층


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This entry was posted on November 3, 2016 by in South Korea Travel.
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