Mt. Everest India's Cuisine
Just a few miles off the north end of the Strip, Mt. Everest has a simple dining room. Red walls, red booths, and a buffet setup that hasn't been used since the onset of the pandemic. However, the menu is very straightforward and efficiently organized—making it easy for newcomers to navigate. A few of the items have an Nepelese influence (based on the owners' heritage) like the chicken momo (similar to Chinese dumplings) and chicken chili, which isn't "chili'' like Americans typically expect, but chunks of boneless chicken lightly fried in a chili sauce with peppers. Yet favorites like tikka masala (with chicken, lamb, shrimp, or fish) and tandoori chicken, served on a sizzling hot plate straight from the oven are among the most expertly prepared in Vegas. Crispy bites of pakora (potatoes, onions, and chickpeas) are hard to resist—and will quickly become your new favorite finger food in Las Vegas.
How to order: Photo: Call 702-892-0950 or order online for pickup orders.