They say it’s impossible to achieve perfection, I suggest them to visit Yeti. This place is constantly surpassing the levels pre-set by itself or it’s competes, with its exemplary hospitality ensuring best customer satisfaction. Located amidst the stack of restaurants at Hauz Khas village, it continues to remain in the limelight. Every item it presents on the table, edible or inedible, is what attracts me to visit the often.
What meets the eye, is what you infer of the stature of the place. Reflecting the culture of Nepal, Bhutan and Assam under one roof, the interiors are aligned accordingly. Walls decorated with monasterial flags, arts and artefacts, and slight music playing in the background from those lands. The vibe of the place is something you can easily get lost in. But hey, gather yourself, because what comes next is the ordering time.
Their menu is a booklet, the covers of which are made with Napa Dori leather. Flipping through the pages designated with food from respective lands viz. Nepal, Bhutan and Assam, the following items are what we selected for our table-
•Wai Wai Sadeko•
This is a starter that will give you all those fancy flavours of India that your tongue fondly remembers. This dish can be had as a starter; as a meal; as a snack; or as a side dish with drinks.
The momos served by Yeti are probably the best momos I have had in my entire life. With a flat bottom and having the shape of an eye, each dumpling is juicy and soft.
A Bhutanese dish made with chilli pepper & cheese, actually lots and lots of cheese; a bowl full of cheese; and is served with a Tingmo bread.
•Tibetan (Non-veg) platter•
Served on a wooden plate, consisting of Gyuma (Tibetan mutton sausages), Lowa (goat lights), Cheley (Buffalo Offals), Shapta (Slices of buff meat) and Tingmo bread.
Served in a bowl made of bell metal (Kansa), three scoops of ice cream is the best way to halt your visit.
Costing & Service~
The items are moderately priced. With experience that transcends from better to best at this restaurant, it certainly deserves a five star for its amazing hospitality.
AUTHOR – GB