So this month took us back to west London and off we went to Everest Spice, The Honeypot in Queensbury. After a fun time, I've realised that North London really needs some good curry places.
We got our usual dishes and this is now the best way to truly experience and understand how good is. Unfortunately this time we were let down and the food just was not up to
standard. So the usual dishes are the mixed grill ( lamb chops, sheekh kebab, chicken tikka) and this time they included wings. All were okay but nothing that stood out and after a while started having a rubbery texture. This was especially evident with the paneer. The spices on the meat and paneer was quite nice but after eating the food it felt like it was the only spice rub they had. All the dishes merged into one.
I'm not going to go into too much detail about the mains. The less said the better, the reasons why:
1- my writing isn't great anyway
2- the food wasn't that tasty
Usually we gobble all our food up in quick fashion but this time a lot remained and no one wanted to tackle the food. The best dish was the biryani but even that wasn't amazing.
The service wasn't the greatest either, where we had to move tables because there was a group of ten, who obviously took priority over us. Not many positives from Everest Spice, but at least they served alcohol and showed the football too.
One Liner: "Popular with the locals"
Address: 178 Honeypot Lane, Stanmore, Middlesex, HA7 1EF
Phone No: 020 8206 1024