Yeti - The Himalyan Kitchen - 3.5

Yeti- The Himalyan Kitchen
Tibetan & Nepali

Thankfully, this does not follow the grimy stereotype of most Tibetan or Nepalese spots in the city. As we approached the well painted sign and hauled ourselves to a clean and rather ambient little place we were all quite pleased. The picture is misleadingly dark and gloomy - apologies for that. I think all the dished bore flavours that deserve a higher score but it had to be dropped with some ickiness we experienced with our pork and beef. Read on.


So the feast began:






Generous portions, reasonably priced, in a cosy setting, its worth a visit. For the daring ones they have some interesting fare such as goats lungs and buff tongue (which I would have liked to try but after the sliced beef tasting the way it did I'm not so sure anymore). I will probably return for my next fix of momos, shabalay and emadatchi!

Budget: Reasonable. We paid about Rs. 2000 for all this.

Alcohol: Yes

Contact: 
+91 995858 2840
50A, 2nd Floor, Hauz Khas Village

 

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