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Despite the name, which suggests that this strip-mall eatery might be stocked with Tibetan treats, Mt. Everest serves only a handful of Nepalese dishes, including momo dumplings and thupka, a soup brimming with fat noodles. Otherwise, the board is a cross-section of Indian fare not rooted in any particular region of that subcontinent: roasted tandoori; tomato-based vindaloo; and biryani, basmati rice dishes dotted with sweet raisins and flakes of coconut. The lunch buffet, which is limited to just ten or so savory dishes and a couple of sweets, provides a representative sampling of Mt. Everest's menu, and also serves up some off-menu specials, like goat curry. Whatever you choose, you're likely to feast until you reach a food coma, aided by the restaurant's dark dining room, which is filled with comfortable, plush booths upholstered in gold. And the instrumental Indian music coming through the sound system gives the setting a heady ambience, like brain-addling incense without the sickly smell.