Welcome to Everest Indian Restaurant where everything you eat will make you feel like you're in India. We have been in the restaurant business since ... More
Everest Indian Restaurant
Welcome to Everest Indian Restaurant where everything you eat will make you feel like you're in India. We have been in the restaurant business since May 2009. We only use the freshest ingredients, homemade spices and herbs in our cuisine. Along with the wide varieties of Indian Dishes, we also serve a few selections of Nepalese and Tibetan cuisines that will leave your taste buds wanting more. From our special Apricot Chicken Curry to our mouth watering Momo (Tibetan dumplings) and all the way to our hand-made clay-oven baked varieties of breads (Naan)... you'll be in for a distinctive experience.
Unlike some Indian restaurants,where the sauces resemble one another, the dishes here all have a distinct taste with subtle after flavors, a sign of careful spicing. The ingredients always seem top of the line. The dishes look small until you start eating. We have returned repeatedly. My husband loves the lamb dishes, while I am always pleased with whatever vegetarian choices I select. This is a place where I feel free to explore the menu , knowing I won't be disappointed.
The chef at this restaurant (his name is Gophal) is a master at Indian and Himalayan cuisine. There are dishes from Nepal along with the Indian cuisine. Everest also uses Sonoma County lamb and it is always fresh and tender.
My favorite dish is the Rogan Josh which is a rich lamb stew with a very unique and comforting flavor. This is also a great place for vegetarians...I try to eat as much vegetarian as possible...the Rogan Josh is one of my few guilty pleasures.
If you are interested in finely crafted Indian food, you should visit and taste.
Everest Indian Restaurant is not at the corner of Washington & Baylis, as implied above. The restaurant is in a shopping center on Washington, so there are no streets. The nearest cross street is Petaluma Blvd North. It is not far from the terminus of the Petaluma River. My honey & I plan to eat there soon, & I may review it after that. Stay tuned, loonies.