68 E 10600 S Sandy UT, 84070
Phone: (801)571-4015

Operating Hours

M-F (Lunch) 11:00 AM - 2:30 PM M-F (Dinner) 4:30 AM - 10:00 PM Saturday 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM Sunday 4:00 PM - 08:00 PM

Our Values

Everest Curry Kitchen is a family-owned restaurant business specializing in providing fine Nepalese and Indian cuisine to our guests. Our name is inspired by the highest mountain in the world, Everest. We strive to provide you with authentic and wide variety of Nepalese and Indian cuisine giving highest consideration to service and atmosphere. Our cuisines are prepared in a traditional manner. Flavors are subtle with several different combinations of natural herbs of spices giving each dish its own distinctive flavor. Spices are used mildly and the addition of it is purely personal. We use traditional charcoal tandoor (clay oven) to prepare Nan bread and other dishes giving them a flavorful “barbeque-ish” taste. We aim to provide fresh food of the best quality, taste and hygiene without using preservatives. Our healthy and nourishing preparations consist of fresh vegetables, quality meat and seafood. We look forward to serving you with our unique menu items and we hope that you will come back for more. Namaste! (Thank You)


Daily Specials

Basmati rice prepared with mixed vegetables, nuts, raisins, peas, onions and served with Raita.
Bread stuffed with mildly spice minced chicken and lamb. Baked in charcoal clay oven.
Cubes of lamb marinated in yogurt ginger, garlic and spices.
Home-made steam dumplings filled with minced chicken and spices and served with traditional home made chutney.
dishes are prepared with noodles genyly stir-fried with aromic himalayan light spices and chicken ,lamb,shrimp and fresh vegetables
Reshami kabab, chicken tikka, lamb boti kabab , shrimp tandoori, tandoori chicken and chicken wings.
Made with homemade cheese, green peas, mushroom, creamy ginger, garlic onion and spices.. (Comes with Plain Basmati Rice).
Mix of Aloo Tikki, Paneer Pakoda, Vegetable Pakoda and Vegetable Samosa
Marinated in Nepalese spices and grilled in clay-oven(tandoor)