Everest Gurkha Food Menu


House wine (white)
Fonte de nico vinho branco, (portugal) bottle£14.50
Glass (175 ml)£3.99

A light fresh and testy white. This wine has ripe citrus fruits with good minerality, structure and a lingering after taste.

House wine (red)
Fonte do nico vinho tinto (portugal) bottle.£14.50
Glass (175 ml)£3.99

With aromas of fresh berries, this wine is soft in the mouth, with good quality tannin structure and a pleasant finish.

White wines

Alfredini garganega pinot grigio, veneto (italy)£15.00
Light in colour, refreshing, and crisp and with aromas of limes, grapefruits and lemons making this well balanced wine very easy to drink.

Bantry bay chenin blanc, western cape (south africa).£16.00
An aromatic wine with hints of tropical and citrus fruit on the nose and palate. (Spicy dishes)

Camino real blanco rioja (spain)£18.00
An interesting and complex wine. Ripe fruit flavors with notes of date and banana results in a mouth filling finish and pleasant aftertaste.

Fathoms sauvignon blanc, marlborough (new zealand)£20.00
Typical of marlborough sauvignon, the bouquet springs from the glass, offering plumes of citrus, green grass and elderflower. The palate is a burst of crisp grapefruit and gooseberry flavors.

Red wines

Two ridge trail merlot (australia)£15.50
Aromas of ripe plums and strawberries, with faint notes of tomato leaf and sage. The palate has a thick and jammy feel, with soft, mature tannins and a rounded, easy style.

Big bombora shiraz (australia).£16.00
A medium weight red, with a pleasing balance between ripe fruit and savoury, earthy notes on the nose. The palate is succulent and mouthfilling, with lashings of red berry and brambles.

Flor dei fuego cabernet sauvignon,central valley (chile)£16.00
Fruity flavours of plum and blackcurrant, with a cassis-like concentration, lifted by subtle green-pepper-like savoury tinges. Easygoing tannins provide a ripe and friendly mouthfeel.

Beaute du sud malbec (south of france) £18.00
This modern malbec echoes both the old world rusticity of southern france, and the inky fruitiness found in the malbecs of argentina and the rest of the new world.

Fairhall cliffs pinot noir (new zealand)£20.00
Intense aromas of black cherry and cassis in addition to spice, earth, brambles and a touch of mocha. The palate is beautifully balanced with elegant tannin providing a lovely taut structure. (Lovely with beef)

Rose wines

Marques de calado rose, vino de la tierra castilla (spain) £14.50
An intense pink wine with plenty of juicy berry fruit. Strawberry and raspberry flavours are complemented by a creamy texture and crisp, refreshing acidity.

Pinot grigio rose le colline di san giorgio, breganze (italy) £15.50
Fresh fruit, such as apricot and peach on the nose; soft floral flavours on the palate and a refreshing, pleasantly smooth finish. Excellent with appetizers, fish dishes, soups and white meat.

Sparkling wine (white )

Prosecco corte alta, doc (italy) £21.00
Delicate and aromatic with a light body and fine bubbles, this wine carries lots of fresh peach, pear, apricot and apple with a revitalising finish.


Laurent-perrier brut nv.£50.00
A lighter house style. Subtle citrus, toast and spice predominate this perfectly balanced champagne, with a strong structure giving the wine good food compatibility.