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The Everest Indian Restaurant

The Everest Indian Restaurant
3 Dillon Terrace,
Co. Mayo
Phone: +353 96 75595

Local Information: Ballina, Co. Mayo

About The Everest Indian Restaurant

Swagatam & Namaskar (Welcome) to The Everest

A typical Nepali Restaurant serving famous Nepalese & Indian foods with fresh ingredients

Its a great pleasure to welcome you to our restaurant. We are serving you with all types of Indian and Nepali dishes in a homely and lovely environment. We are committed to produce authentic Nepali food using quality ingredients with a great deal of passion and heart. We are here in this county to serve you with quality Nepali food. In our warm and welcoming restaurant our aim at all times is to give you our customers 100% satisfaction. All our foods are prepared in-house from blending our own spices to preparing chilli sauce.

We are a branch of the Everest Nepalese and Indian restaurant in Westport, Co. Mayo which has been in operation in Ireland for more than half a decade and has gained a good reputation in Westport. We assure you that you will receive fabulous Nepali and Indian food served in fresh, clean surroundings and with quality of service that is never second to anyone.
We cater for the most dietary requirements, please inform our waiting staff.

Thank you (DHANYABAD) for choosing to dine with us
Specialising in Nepalese Cuisine

Our company is based on the belief that our customers' needs are of the utmost importance. Our entire team is committed to meeting those needs. As a result, a high percentage of our business is from repeat customers and referrals. We would welcome the opportunity to earn your trust and deliver you the best service in Dining Out Ballina Style.

Nepal is similar to many countries within South Asia, as it successfully combines a range of characteristics from its neighbouring countries with its own gastronomic history, resulting in foods that are rich with flavour and culture. Recipes from Nepalese cuisine can be relatively simple and the flavours subtle, but the results are far from bland.

Set against the backdrop of the Himalayas, the people of Nepal have many different backgrounds and ethnicities, and this multitude of influences is reflected within the country’s cuisine. Dishes in Nepalese cuisine are generally healthier than most other South Asian gastronomies, as they rely less on the extensive use of fats and more on chunky vegetables, lean meats, pickled dishes and salads. Whilst Nepal does take heavy influences from its closest geographical companions such as India, China and Tibet, this mountainous paradise only opened up its borders to outsiders in the 1950s. It is for this reason, in addition to problems with exports and imports caused by Nepal’s geographical setting, that there is a particular focus on using locally grown produce.

Common ingredients found across Nepalese cuisine include lentils, potatoes (which are particularly popular within the Newar communities in the Himalayas and Pahar region), tomatoes, cumin, coriander, chilies, peppers, garlic and mustard oil. Yoghurt, or dahi is popular across Nepal, and is eaten for its healthy attributes and adaptable nature, as it can be used as a side dish or as an ingredient in drinks (Lassi) and desserts (Sikarni). While establishing a group of foods that are distinctly Nepalese is no easy task, there are some dishes that are unavoidable when visiting the culturally diverse Nepal.

It is the regular food of Nepali people. Dal Bhat Roti Tarkari (Sabji) and achar is a set of food items. This set of food is eaten in lunch and diner both. Some people eat Roti in the lunch with dal and curry and some eat rice and some eat both. Bhat (Cooked Rice) and Roti is used for synonymous of lunch and dinner. People ask "did you eat Bhat / roti?", that is they are asking "did you eat your food?". Vegetarians eat rice or roti with curd, vegetables, sweets and non vegetarian prefer eating rice with goat or chicken meat. In rural places people eat maize and corn as their regular food too.

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