Everest Cafe & Bar  

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Date Added: February 10, 2006
Address: 232 Queen ST W, Toronto
Phone: (416) 977-6969

Nearest Major Intersection: Queen St W & John St

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JohnnyPissed

Reviews: 1Badges: 0This user has a UserRank of 1
Overall: April 2, 2008
3 out of 4 people found this review helpful. Last week, Mr. Shelbourne went to Everest Restaurant & Lounge with one of his assistants. They had a meal, and at one point he had to use the washroom. It was not accessible and he nicked the door with his wheelchair going in.

As Mr. Shelbourne and his communication assistant were leaving the restaurant, after paying for their meals, the restaurant manager pulled Mr. Shelbourne's assistant aside and informed her that they were not welcome back. She said that the restaurant was newly renovated and wheelchairs aren't welcome because they cause damage.

I do not recommend this place.
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vickiso

Reviews: 234Badges: 9This user has a UserRank of 8
Overall: July 2, 2007
7 out of 10 people found this review helpful. Remember that Italian/French/Chinese restaurant on Seinfeld? Well, that's what Everest seems to be. Their menu is perfect for the group of diners who just can't decide between Tibetan, pizza, Thai, or "other".

While not the best food I've ever had, the location is prime, right across from the Chum City building, and it sports a narrow patio (not great for large parties.) The service is fast and friendly, and the atmosphere is reminiscent of a zen-lounge/modern noodle house cum fancy restaurant.

I had the Tibetan Momos--glorified beef and spinach dumplings lightly pan-fried and served with a side salad and pickled carrots that weren't really pickled. A good effort, but not terribly authentic. Prices were a little high for what you got: in the $9 to $15 range. But, really, you're paying for a great spot to people watch and enjoy drinks.

I recommend this place.
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