Rude customer service and had an unwelcoming atmosphere. They was also unsure how much my bill was!!
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The Everest used to be our go to restaurant, however we returned there last week and found the restaurant almost empty and really lacking in any atmosphere. It all seems a bit fed up. The food was ok but not very (temperature) hot. The service...More
Agree with all the positive reviews about the food - We had Chicken momo, mixed platter, Kwati Masala, Rum Rum lamb and Chicken Jaljala all lovely. But we had booked via tastecard on a 2:1 offer which they had accepted by phone beforehand. However, the...More
My partner and I ordered a bhindi side, chicken biryani and a prawn curry, through Deliveroo. I'd had the first two items before and really liked them. So I suspect it was the prawn curry that gave us the food poisoning. Tasted good whilst eating...More
When we entered the residential area from Iffley road, we couldn't believe there was a restaurant located inside here. We were luckily surprised to find a very nice one with many choices on the menu, a charming waiter and superb food. The portions are big,...More
This gem is hidden away on Howard Street in East Oxford. Housed in a traditional old pub formerly known as the Donnington Arms, it has taken a new lease of life as a Nepalese/Indian restaurant. If you are visiting Oxford and want a great Indian...More
We were served by Deepak and he was a delight. I ordered the chicken tikka masala and was dubious, because that dish is rarely done well. Honestly, you could taste the smoky tandoori flavour within the gravy. Gorgeous food.
We tried a takeaway from Everest having previously enjoyed the restaurant and it was excellent. Surprisingly the restaurant was virtually empty by the time we picked it up, which may be because of the rather out of the way location, but it was all really...More
We've been coming here for 4 years now, and the food is always delicious, plentiful and worth the trip. It was our first date restaurant, and the regular take away when I lived nearby. Now I have moved away I make a point of visiting...More