About Everest Brasserie

As the name of this charming restaurant suggests, Everest Brasserie is a specialist in gourmet Indian and Nepalese cuisine. The chefs here are vastly experience meaning every plate of food that leaves their kitchen is exquisitely presented and perfectly flavoured with the highest-quality herbs and spices. The menu offers contemporary Indian and Nepalese dishes prepared with traditional techniques and you’ll find Everest Brasserie on Fisherton Street, right in the centre of Salisbury and not far at all from the train station. It’s a popular place, mind you, so tables fill up fast – best to reserve a table in advance.

Opening Times

Open today - Opens at 12:00 pm
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
5:00 pm - 11:00 pm
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
5:00 pm - 11:00 pm
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
5:00 pm - 11:00 pm
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
5:00 pm - 11:00 pm
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
5:00 pm - 11:00 pm
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
5:00 pm - 11:00 pm
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
5:00 pm - 11:00 pm


Everest Brasserie
155 Fisherton Street, City Centre
Salisbury SP2 7RP

Menu Highlights



Mixed Starter

One each of Onion Bhajee, Cardamon Chicken Tikka and Smoky Lamb Chop.

Aloo Vada (V)

Deep fried ball of mashed potato favoured with ginger, garlic, curry leaves and green chillies coated in breadcrumb

Lamb Sheek Kebab

Minced lamb spiced with cinnamon, cardamom ginger, garlic and grilled in the tandoor.


Local Seasonal vegetable curry

Seasonal vegetables cooked in a Nepalese style.

Chicken Methi Malai

Diced chargrilled chicken breast cooked in an enticing North Indian-style sauce with rich fenugreek sauce served with pilau rice

King Prawn Malai Curry

Juicy king prawns pan grilled served with a simmered in a buttery, coconut creamy fragrant herbed sauce served with steamed basmatic rice


Chocolate fudge cake, vanilla ice cream


Coconut paradise



Mango & pistachio

27 Everest Brasserie Reviews

27 Reviews
Value for money:Good value
Waiting time:Very good
Noise levels:Pleasant
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Hamish M.3 months ago · 1 review

Friendly staff, excellent food. Particularly enjoyed the momos for starters. Also thought the prices were fair for what we got. Will definitely go back another time.

Melanie M.3 months ago · 1 review

Went here for our anniversary, the food was lovely and tasty. Catering for all taste and spice level. 10 people were in our party and not one person was disappointed. Will definitely be returning.

Elizabeth W.3 months ago · 1 review

We had a really good meal with very attentive service throughout. We would definitely recommend the Everest Brasserie to anyone who enjoys really good Nepalese/Indian food.

Mark V.3 months ago · 2 reviews

First visit to this restaurant and we were very happy with our experience. Service was prompt but not rushed. Food was excellent, especially the Momo parcels and the Ghurka curry (hot!!). Will be returning.

Danny P.7 months ago · 1 review

As Salisbury isn't short of decent Indian restaurants, the fact that the Everest Brasserie has taken over from an existing Indian restaurant {Hox, itself a decent place to eat in its time}, is probably a good thing. We visited the restaurant on a Friday, were given a warm welcome and shown to our table. The place was busy and the atmosphere {which other reviewers have said was lacking} seemed quite lively. My wife and I are both vegetarian and were more than happy with our options. Our friends both chose meat dishes. Starters and mains arrived in due course and were all well presented and tasty with enough spice to suit all of our tastes.

Nigel B.4 months ago · 1 review

We had a really enjoyable meal when we visited on the 17th February. We were staying in Salisbury for my girlfriends birthday and chose this restaurant for her birthday meal. The food was very good: especially the Paneer Chilli. But even better was the service which was very warm and friendly and attentive without being intrusive. The highlight of the evening was when a lovely piece of birthday cake arrived at our table, with the words "Happy Birthday" written in icing on the plate! It was such a lovely surprise as we had only mentioned her birthday towards the end of the meal and hadn't expected anything like this at all! We were really touched by this gesture so thank you very much. I would thoroughly recommend this restaurant.

Heidi L.a month ago · 1 review

Recently refurbished and reopened Everest Indian and Nepalese Brassiere, formerely known as Hox. Only a couple of other tables were occupied, but maybe people aren’t aware it has reopened yet, so a bit lacking in atmosphere. Poltie and attentive service. I had Meen Moliee, which was monkfish, in a very unexciting very creamy sauce, with not so much fish, and the fish was particulalry chewy so I left some of it. My colleagues fared better with 2 different chicken curries, but not as good as the food I had had previously experienced here when it was Hox, despite the waiter saying the chef is the same. A bit disappointing on this occasion unfortunately.

Sue M.4 months ago · 1 review

Great food and really pleasant service. We were well taken care of throughout - seafood sharing platter was delicious - and lentil daal was divine!! Okra was great, cheese and chilli naan was sumptuous and the king prawn kerala was super!! Happy!!!

Colin P.5 months ago · 1 review

Great food and service. Good portion size, well presented on hot plates rather than serving dishes. Good selection of traditional curries and some specialities. With all the competition in Salisbury I’d put this in top 3. Well worth a visit.

BARRY F.9 months ago · 1 review

1. food very good 2. service poor/slow (especially as it was a quiet Tuesday evening) 3. waiters lacked knowledge of allergens, no mention of allergens on menu 4. £10 discount voucher didn't mention any restrictions but in the restaurant, it was "per table". So two couples only get 1 discount if sharing 1 table but get 2 discounts if on separate tables. Very flakey/dubious way of offering a discount - I felt cheated.