We came here for our first meal after a 10 day trek. The beef steaks were absolutely beautiful, so soft and huge portions. The sauces are a little odd, mine wasn't what I expected so just go for something simple.
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Went back to Everest Steak House after a few years of not realizing it still exists. Wasn't disappointed, and it was the same as I remember it, a total meat feast. Not recommended for vegetarians, but for meat lovers it's like Santa has arrived.
Fairly quiet but friendly place, lots of sauce options and great steak served simply and fresh with cold beer. Reasonable prices for this city and for the amount of steak you get.
The prices in here are an absolute joke! The steak was reasonable but I paid NR1435 for steak in mushroom sauce (sauce was pepper, mushrooms terrible, veg average, chips nice but hardly any), garlic bread and 2 small fanta's. An absolute sham. Should of known...More
The experiences we had over the years at the original Everest Steak House here in Pokhara were simply amazing. So with much excitement we returned after several years. An empty restaurant during dinner time should have given us our first clue to turn away. But...More
We ask for "the best Steakhouse in Pokhara" and got recommendation on Everest. We were three friends, all of us order Filet Mignon and it will be understatement to say we were disappointment. We could not finish the portion. We enjoy only the gorka beer…
First the Everest steakhouse on the picture is their old location. The new everst steakhouse is opposite of organic java coffee house near Hallan Chowk (not the steakhouse on the chowk because thats pokhara steakhouse :) ) We have been many times in Everest steakhouse...More
We ordered one steak with garlic sauce and one with pepper sauce. The meat itself was nice but both brown sauces were not good at all. They were basically the same but with garlic pieces and pepper as a final step on the top. So...More
Another group meal to challenge the restaurant staff! 14 of us descended on the steak house and service was actually timely compared to few other Nepalese restaurants! The wine & beer list includes Australian and Belgian labels and my steak was pretty close to the...More