Cuisine: Indian, Indo-Chinese, Nepalese
Price Point: Mains from $20 - $30

Climbing Everest isn't on everyone's bucket list, but eating at Everest Dine should be! Serving Indian and Nepalese cuisine with sparkling finesse, it's no wonder they're crowned Indian Restaurant of the Year.

Disregarding all bells and whistles, this restaurant is refreshingly minimalist. Photographs herald the illustrious peak while spotless white tablecloths and walls are almost snowy in appearance. Coincidence? We think not.

You've got a whole corner of Asia at your feet. From mountainous Nepal comes the daal jhaneko, a whole fish cooked with a combination of mustard, yoghurt and garlic and the plentiful Everest goat curry which is as hearty as it sounds.

If you have the taste for seafood, opt for the crowd-pleaser that is butter prawn and fish masala. And all the vegetarians out there can tuck into the classic palak paneer, Vegetable korma and a chickpea stew that's stuffed with herbs and spices. If that wasn't enough, there's an Indo-Chinese section too, so put on your thinking caps on. You've got a lot of decisions to make!

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Everest Dine
279 Parnell Rd
Parnell, Auckland 1052

Open Hours:
Mon 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Tue Closed
Wed 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Thur - Sun 12:00 pm - 2:30 pm // 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Phone: 09 303 2468
Website: www.everestdine.co.nz/

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Everest Dine
Location: Parnell
Cuisine: Indian, Indo-Chinese, Nepalese
Mains: $20 - $30

Reviews

Conor Tinker

The best dinner we have had using First Table. A lot to choose from on the menu and each plate we ordered tasted delicious and was well presented. The service was very good. Really enjoyed the ambiance of the restaurant which made for an authentic dining experience. Highly recommended!

- dined at Everest Dine on

Really delicious food!
Great selection
Very friendly staff who told us lots of interesting stuff about Nepal and their style of cooking
Will go back!!

- dined at Everest Dine on

Michelle S

Beyond expectation! Walk upstairs to a nice, cozy and well presented venue. I always feel a little let down when I go out for Indian food as often it’s not real Indian food, if you know what I mean. I got the lamb vindaloo extra spicy. I could taste the puréed tomatoes and spices. It was so smooth and delicious! The heat doesn’t linger and burn. It’s just a perfect kind of spicy that tingles your tongue. I couldn’t believe it. It wasn’t heavy or oily. I even found myself spooning the last of the sauce into my mouth. Don’t forget to grab a ginger beer to refresh your tongue and breath before you leave. We will definitely be back with more guests.

- dined at Everest Dine on

Jess Page

If you're not familiar with Nepalese cuisine, don't let that turn you off... think Indian with a few twists and surprises. It's flavours are punchy, exotic and hearty. The traditional mo-mos (Nepalese dumplings) were a nice light start to the meal and we ended up sharing 3 different curry dishes - all delicious and mopped up with garlic naan.The friendly service we couldn't fault either, nor the ice cold Kingfisher to wash it all down. No room for dessert but very satisfied bellies. It's a hidden gem, and we'd happily return and pay full price.

- dined at Everest Dine on

The food was delicious and the service was great. Thanks

- dined at Everest Dine on

We had a great meal at Everest. The Nepalese dishes were different than the usual Indian fare and my goat curry was excellent. The frozen mango dessert was the perfect way to end the meal. The service was superb throughout, including multiple unobtrusive water refills. The staff were pleasant, informative and seemed to be genuinely keen for us to have a great experience. Highly recommended.

- dined at Everest Dine on

Sachin Subhash

Incredible experience ! Food was outstanding
Both the gentlemen who took care of us here were extremely courteous and professional.
Nice ambience and great food n service

- dined at Everest Dine on

Conor Tinker

The best dinner we have had using First Table. A lot to choose from on the menu and each plate we ordered tasted delicious and was well presented. The service was very good. Really enjoyed the ambiance of the restaurant which made for an authentic dining experience. Highly recommended!

- dined at Everest Dine on

Great meal, staff very helpful and informative, I love hot food and was even given fresh green chillies on the side. Great to try something different to usual Indian food, dumplings were delicious. Will definitely come back.

- dined at Everest Dine on

Really delicious food!
Great selection
Very friendly staff who told us lots of interesting stuff about Nepal and their style of cooking
Will go back!!

- dined at Everest Dine on

Diane Gordon

Excellent food and service. Highly recommend.

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Michelle S

Beyond expectation! Walk upstairs to a nice, cozy and well presented venue. I always feel a little let down when I go out for Indian food as often it’s not real Indian food, if you know what I mean. I got the lamb vindaloo extra spicy. I could taste the puréed tomatoes and spices. It was so smooth and delicious! The heat doesn’t linger and burn. It’s just a perfect kind of spicy that tingles your tongue. I couldn’t believe it. It wasn’t heavy or oily. I even found myself spooning the last of the sauce into my mouth. Don’t forget to grab a ginger beer to refresh your tongue and breath before you leave. We will definitely be back with more guests.

- dined at Everest Dine on

Jess Page

If you're not familiar with Nepalese cuisine, don't let that turn you off... think Indian with a few twists and surprises. It's flavours are punchy, exotic and hearty. The traditional mo-mos (Nepalese dumplings) were a nice light start to the meal and we ended up sharing 3 different curry dishes - all delicious and mopped up with garlic naan.The friendly service we couldn't fault either, nor the ice cold Kingfisher to wash it all down. No room for dessert but very satisfied bellies. It's a hidden gem, and we'd happily return and pay full price.

- dined at Everest Dine on

The food was delicious and the service was great. Thanks

- dined at Everest Dine on

We had a great meal at Everest. The Nepalese dishes were different than the usual Indian fare and my goat curry was excellent. The frozen mango dessert was the perfect way to end the meal. The service was superb throughout, including multiple unobtrusive water refills. The staff were pleasant, informative and seemed to be genuinely keen for us to have a great experience. Highly recommended.

- dined at Everest Dine on

Sachin Subhash

Incredible experience ! Food was outstanding
Both the gentlemen who took care of us here were extremely courteous and professional.
Nice ambience and great food n service

- dined at Everest Dine on

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