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!