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4.5 /6 Excellent 137 Reviews

Everest Abercorn

Stanmore Indian £££ +100
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About Everest Abercorn

Out on Stanmore Hill, equidistant between London and Watford in the suburb of Stanmore, Everest Abercorn is a restaurant that fuses two of the UK’s favourite cuisines, Indian and Chinese. Here there’s a menu that is filled with favourites from both cultures, complemented by dishes from India that are influenced by their cousins to the east, as well as a full drinks selection with beers from around the world and a function room that is perfect for large groups and special occasions.

Opening Hours

  • Monday 12:00 - 15:00, 18:00 - 23:30
  • Tuesday 12:00 - 15:00, 18:00 - 23:30
  • Wednesday 12:00 - 15:00, 18:00 - 23:30
  • Thursday 12:00 - 15:00, 18:00 - 23:30
  • Friday 12:00 - 15:00, 18:00 - 00:00
  • Saturday 12:00 - 15:00, 18:00 - 00:00
  • Sunday 12:00 - 23:00
Everest Abercorn, 78 Stanmore Hill, HA7 3BU London

Further Information

India and China are countries with cultures that revolve around food, and at Everest Abercorn in Stanmore Hill – on the road between Watford and London in the Middlesex suburb of Stanmore – you can taste the both of them. Indian and Chinese cuisines sit side-by-side on the menu and there are fusion options as well, just as one would find on the streets of northern India and Nepal, as well as in Chinese restaurants up and down the subcontinent.

The menu at Everest Abercorn is a fusion of Chinese and Indian food, in both starters and mains. To begin with, there are samosas and wontons, paneer tikka and sesame vegetables, and to follow one can pick from such favourites as butter chicken and lamb bhuna, Singapore noodles and chicken Manchurian. Throw in a selection of sides and sundries and there is a fantastic meal in the offing, so head down to Stanmore Hill in the North London suburb of Stanmore – just remember to book a table first.


137 Reviews

4.5 /6 Excellent 137 Reviews
Quality/Price: cheap
Atmosphere: entertaining
Waiting Time: short
Service: friendly
Food: delicious
Noise: average
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1 review so far 4
20.08.2017 07:56

Food was good but a bit on the expensive side, and service was pretty poor. When we complained about the rice tasting funny, the manager told us that it was made fresh everyday and confirmed that it tasted nice. He replaced the pilau rice with plain rice, which had the same strange flavour. Still one of the nicer Indian/Indoasian bars around.

1 review so far 3
03.12.2016 09:25

The restaurant was too noisy with certain tables next to us having guests which were swearing. The waiters did not advice us in good time that they were closing our part of the restaurant and rushed us in choosing our desert and having our coffee. We did not have desert in the end as the waiters were hovering around us making us feel uncomfortable and they were even clearing the table before we had finished. Overall not a good experience!

1 review so far 4
24.04.2017 14:20

Service was slow. Food was great as always. Very tasty. But despite not being busy, took serveral reminders to get fresh set of beers. I assume that staff were tired after a very busy Sunday lunch time. Did not make a great impression on our guest who were being introduced to my favourite place to eat in north London

1 review so far 5
21.07.2017 14:36

Unlike the previous visits, had a nice friendly girl Asha look after us. She was polite and service with a smile. Food was prepared nicely too and not too hot which has been the case during previous visits, despite requesting mild. Well done to the team.

1 review so far 6
17.06.2017 08:39

Great food in a lovely atmosphere albeit service slow. The salmon dish was particularly good and the nans cooked fresh. The price for3 with a bottle of wine was a bit on the high side but worth it.

1 review so far 5
27.07.2016 09:52

The ambience was good and clean.. The staff was really courteous and very child friendly maybe it was Sunday nobody complained since the kids were having a good time..Starters were really good main course was a bit on sweet side but again that's my viewpoint

1 review so far 3
12.07.2016 11:24

We expected the food to be as good as all the other Everest branches but were disappointed with the food flavours. When you arrive the staff are very helpul but after you have been sitted and as the restaurant gets busier we had to literally look out for the staff to come and serve us. Prices are a bit more expensive than the Honeypot branch. I think I will stick to my nearest Honeypot branch

1 review so far 6
12.10.2016 08:50

Great venue,service and food.As for comments on value you may have seen 3 curries , 3 starters ,breads 3 bottles of wine with beers and doft drinks etc for a party of five is £138 expensive?

1 review so far 6
25.02.2017 09:08

The food was really good service was excellent will definitely be going back. The only thing I would say against it ,is the background music was Just a little bit on the loud side .

1 review so far 4
24.07.2017 07:24

Excellent food,the waiters were over run so they could do with more staff during busy times as it took a long time to get served and they forgot our drinks. The restaurant has a very noisy atmosphere, however the decor is lovely. Overall I would go back as the food was excellent.

1 review so far 6
21.05.2017 10:16

We had a great evening here. The food was really nice ( try the chilli garlic mogo) with a good selection for all. The staff were very helpful and polite. Would recommend this restaurant!

2 reviews so far 6
20.06.2016 13:18

Food was very good and so was the service and decor. They even provided cushions for the children to reach the table more comfortably. Everyone enjoyed themselves and we will definitely be going back.

1 review so far 5
17.09.2016 10:06

This place has a good ambience to it. The service can be a bit shoddy but we went on a busy friday night so it was expected. Overall really good food and place to meet up with friends and family.

1 review so far 6
10.11.2016 08:19

Excellent food and service. Spacious place and can cater for large groups. Separate drinks area nice decor throughout. My favourite place to host large and small groups. Only setback is parking area limited.

1 review so far 5
29.01.2016 10:17

Been here a few times now and the food and service are excellent. Last night the chef even came to our table to querie a request one of my friends had for less garlic in case they were allergic!

1 review so far 6
10.02.2017 07:25

Great and simple to use booking system which was replicated by the restaurant. Food and service was great as standard at abercorn which is the reason why we return regularly. Thanks you

1 review so far 6
19.04.2016 13:22

Excellent food ordered more than we should have however , Excellent service most accommodating. Most definitely would recommend it to my friends and family. a Big change from how it was historically

1 review so far 6
23.05.2016 08:22

Superb food. Ambience was amazing. However the tables were placed very close to each other so felt congested. But the food was probably the best I Indian I have had.. highly recommended.

1 review so far 5
12.10.2016 19:48

Nearly 10 different items ordered of which only one no one touched after trying .Good service by waiter called Deepak even though the place was busy . Slight expensive but worth going for food and drinks . I

1 review so far 5
06.02.2017 09:44

Staff very attentive and the main waiter remembers each of our names which was a nice touch. Food was gorgeous and they gave big portion sizes! I would recommend this restaurant and in particular the chilli mushroom starter