Average tasteless food, nothing more to say. Dumplings were too oily. However, ambience was nice and server was so humble.
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We have eaten at this restaurant since they opened in 2000 and have consistently had great food and good service. We've become quite friendly with the owner's family and they are always gracious and attentive to us when we eat there. The food is consistently...More
Having just returned from India, I was looking forward to a good Indian lunch. This restaurant was near the hotel I was at, so I decided to try out the buffet. I was very disappointed. The samosas and pakoras were cold and soggy. As a...More
We just recently decided to eat here based on a recommendation. The first visit I was a little skeptical because there weren't many people and doesn't look like a great area. The food and service was wonderful. Today was my second visit and it was...More
On a rainy evening, just the thought of tasty Indian food was appealing. And this restaurant really hit the spot. I had a vegetable sampler platter and a really good pot of hot chai with spices and milk. The veggie curry was delicious, and next...More
In downtown Colorado Springs, very near to our hotel, and much to our surprise was the Everest Nepal Restaurant, a restaurant specializing in the foods of Nepal and India. Because restaurants specializing in Nepalese cuisine are rare where we live and one of the goals...More
Now, I have to give some perspective. I've been all over the world while in the military, and was lucky enough to enjoys cultures through cuisine. This place can be the average Indian restaurant if you do the buffet. OR, order from the menu! Great...More
Had a great buffet with my wife, son & grandson at this gem of a restaurant. They serve authentic Nepalese cuisine & prices are super reasonable.