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With the arrival of Everest Dine to the town of Kettering, Northamptonshire connoisseurs of South Asian, Indian and Nepalese cuisines are set to experience their favourite flavour profile like never before. This restaurant in the town centre is just one of the many Everest Dine outposts across the world – there’s another in Leicester – and there’s a reason the family is so successful and widespread. Combining a fantastically elegant setting with peerless and award-winning cookery, this is Himalayan cuisine at its absolute best. Find Everest Dine along Montagu Street, not far from the Newlands Shopping Centre, and be sure to book in advance.
Upmarket and confident, Everest Dine’s offering is superlative among Kettering’s handful of South Asian restaurants. With a particular focus on Nepalese cuisine, but incorporating many of the natural influences of northern Indian cookery (and Chinese, too), Everest Dine excels at giving diners an authentic taste of refined Himalayan food. Begin your meal with momo, the Nepalese dumplings that are quickly becoming as famous as dim sum and dosa among foodies, or go Punjabi with the tandoori rack of lamb. With a nod to British palates, you can even order up a haggis pakora at this town centre gem!
Without a doubt, first time diners should opt for a couple of the chef’s specialties when they take their seats at Everest Dine’s Montagu Street restaurant, conveniently located in Kettering’s town centre. The Nepalese hansh bhutuwa cooks marinated duck breast with green herbs, spices and spring onion – a subtly gamey dish that has more depth of flavour than any description could impart. Nepalese-style chicken cooked with mango is a supremely exotic option, but the signature Ghurkali chicken or lamb blends marinated boneless fillets with Nepalese herbs, yoghurt and a fiery Madras spice blend for the spice lovers out there.