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  • 24 Loampit Hill
    London SE13 7SW
    St Johns
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  • Phone number 020 8691 2233

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    • Qype User wikina…
    • London
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    • 6 reviews
    4.0 star rating

    Lovely people, however,the seafood mixed curry was awful, full.of tinned tomatoes and a minimal amount of seafood. Only ordered it because the normally excellent squid and cuttlefish curries were unavailable.
    Vinisha, next door used to be amazing, went there with a guest two weeks ago it it was appalling. Embarrassingly so. These two have to improve, otherwise there is absolutely no point in visiting this part of south London.
    Return visits to Everest point o a great upturn in food again. Lamb Biryani with squid curry on top is once again the absolute bomb. Vinisha, alas, still a grave disappointment

  • 3.0 star rating
    First to Review

    Cheap as chips but not sacrificing quality, Everest is a paragon of South Indian/Sri Lankan food.

    The Vadai served hot with pickles make for a great starter, failing that, try the fish roll. The curries are simple, lamb, chicken or fish, with vegetarian sides like daal, chick peas, spinach, potato curry and the like.

    The food here is hot, South Indian and Sri Lankan food tends to be. But you will also get coconut and cooling yoghurt or, if you seek it out, sugar cane juice too to help manage the temperature.

    It's a delightful resource much appreciated by the local community. Not much in terms of decor, but if it's good food you're after then this is your place.

    • Qype User uniba…
    • London
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    • 7 reviews
    4.0 star rating

    Was put onto this at a BBQ, Sri Lankan food done very well!.
    for £4.50 you get a rice, a main dish and 2 vegetable side dishes.
    All food is pre cooked and heated which i was a little worried about, but after spending an hour there the passing Sri Lankan communities trade cleared all of the chilled dishes twice over.
    Nothing seems to have names, but the contents speak for themselves, meat, fish and chicken mains come in spicy or mild varieties.. but they are all pretty spicy.
    I would recommend the spicy lamb.. class

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