We started with some garlic naan (old school garlic bread) and Keema Samosa (minced lamb inside pastry). Everything after we ordered was family style accompanied with rice and more naan. We each choose a dish: Erica went with Tandori Chicken, I picked Chicken Saag, Stephie ordered Aloo Gobi (cauliflower sauteed) and Joel delighted us with Keema Mutter (minced lamb part II).
The remaining trio and rice
The serving dishes do not look very big but they provide plenty of food. We only finished one dish, the cauliflower, and took home everything else. My favorite was the minced lamb, which is surprising because I'm not much of a lamb person usually. The chicken saag was tasty, especially the sauce, but the meat was a tad fatty for my taste. I could eat good meat on rice almost every day; throw in some vegetables and that's a balanced diet. Definitely check out Mt. Everest for good and cheap (the entire bill was $80) Indian/Nepali food. I realize ethnic food served in the States in not usually similar to where it came from, but if the style and flavors at Mt. Everest are anything like what I will eat in a month, I will be very full and happy.