Everest Restaurant's menu melds both Nepali and Indian cuisine, highlighting dishes that can be enjoyed ? la carte or sampled in combinations from the lunchtime buffet. There are a few tandoori entrees, including a rack of lamb that marinates overnight while the restaurant is sleeping, and a variety of curries enhanced with traditional spices and chilies. There's also a substantial menu of vegetarian and vegan options such as the chana masala with chickpeas, tomato, and onion and the kaju matar paneer, which features homemade cheese steeped in cashew sauce.
The culture of Tibet permeates every inch of Tibet's Restaurant & Bar, from the heaping plates of momo (handmade dumplings) to the decor, which includes a portrait of the Dalai Lama placed above a rock water fountain and a tree. Based around Buddhist philosophy in almost every way, the restaurant helps foster harmony and peace through its calming East Asian accents and hearty meals. These include thenthuk, a stew of veggies, potatoes, and housemade wheat dough cooked in broth, as well as tikka masala and curry steeped in tomato, garlic, ginger, and onion sauce.
A sleek, black elephant statue overlooks the dining room, its trunk raised in a silent trumpet of approval, or perhaps to catch whiffs of the fragrant Indian, Tibetan, and Indo-Nepalese foods filing out from the kitchen. Inside, surrounded by traditional tandoori clay ovens and simmering pots of lentils, a chef backed by 20 years of experience imbues each dish with a blend of traditional spices. He stuffs flaky, savory pastries known as chaat with beans, yogurt, and chutneys, and sprinkles pinches of curry powder into pans of lamb and vegetables. During lunchtime, waiters ferry massive trays of the chef's eats to the buffet, where diners can load plates with enough vegetable masala to make a perfect sauce-angel.
Welcome to Sherpa's Kitchen! We specialize in delicious and reasonably priced cuisine, including our house specialties and other customer favorites. Our cuisine entrees are served in a relaxed and welcoming setting that you and your friends and family are sure to enjoy.
As pioneers in the Boulder culinary scene, Royal Clay Oven's chefs have been creating traditional Indian cuisine since 1982. They still cling to those traditions today, preparing dishes from different regions that best exemplify the flavors found in refined Indian home cooking. The chefs embrace classic techniques by forging rich curries and roasting skewered meats and seafood inside a clay tandoor oven, but they also put a modern spin on their cooking by using local ingredients whenever possible. Their menu also features a large number of vegan, gluten-free, and vegetarian-friendly options, including dishes made with homemade cheese or lentils simmered with exotic spices.
Inside India Tavern, a large bay window casts a natural glow on grape and lime-green walls and plates of homestyle Indian fare. Named 5280 Magazine's Editors' Choice of their Top of the Town feature, diners can cozy up to a table beside the stone fireplace as they partake of clay-oven tandoori dishes made with chicken, lamb, or goa fish. After sopping up a ginger or saffron curry entree with fresh-baked naan bread, they can also question a knowledgeable server on the difference between mild, medium, and hot spice or why humans drive on parkways and park on driveways.