Scott introduced me to Indian food a few years ago and now I often crave the flavors of some of the most famous dishes including chicken tikka masala, garlic naan and mint chutney. After spending the day in Seoul we worked up quite an appetite and made our way to the ever so popular Everest Nepalese restaurant in Dongdaemun.
We were lucky to have visited on a Wednesday afternoon because there were open tables! We have heard on a Friday or Saturday evening there could be a line out the door due to its popularity.
After receiving our food we quickly realized why this restaurant was so popular. Both curry dishes we ordered were absolutely delicious! We basically licked our dishes clean. The chicken tikka masala had great flavor and was garnished with cheese and a tomato. The mutton vindaloo was spicy and full of flavor! We must not ignore the GIANT pieces of garlic naan! We ended up ordering a second piece to soak up all the leftover curry in our dishes.[justified_image_grid gallery ids=”10633,10632″ row_height=300 max_rows=1 preset=17 lightbox=foobox mobile_lightbox=foobox]
Pro TipMake sure you request for the mint sauce! The meal isn’t complete without this tasty sauce!
This restaurant is easy to find, has a friendly staff, delicious, and easily the most affordable Nepalese/Indian food we have had in Seoul yet.
Price List of our Meal
Chicken Tikka Masala 9,000 KRW (~$9)
Mutton Vindalu 10,000 KRWN (~$10)
Garlic Naan 2,000 KRW per GIANT piece (~$2)
Basmati Rice 2,000 KRW (~$2)
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