Yeti - The Himalayan Kitchen @ HAUZ KHAS VILLAGE

Yeti, an ape like man/snowman found in Himalayan region of Tibet and Nepal, unusual with the name but offers some great delicacies of Tibet and Nepal. A small restaurant at the end of the Hauz khaas village lane and beside the Hauz-e-elahi park, is certainly a place to visit and enjoy north eastern food. Not much places around offers Nepali cuisine which doubles the reason to make a visit out there. Second visit to Hauz khaas village, has now become one of my favorite food zone. Sharing my experience in Yeti would start with its interiors first. Not so big, stylish and fancy, just giving you a feel of a resto bar in a beautiful small town located somewhere in Nepal or Tibet. 

Coming over to food, not familiar with most of the cuisine which were there in the menu. I ended ordering Non-Veg WaiWai Sadeko, Chicken dry fry with peanut and pepper,  Crispy pork with Honey, Ice Tea Lemon and Cold coffee.
                           Noodles were not the regular one, rather it was crispy sprinkled with onion, small chicken pieces and coriander and accompanied by a small bunch of grated salted salad. Along with with we had Pork coated in a red thick gravy mixed up with honey and definitely created with a fine taste of sweet and bit spicy. Pork pieces were properly cooked and crunchy making it a good choice dish. But to add more to spice we thought of trying something spicy and ask for Chicken dry with peanuts and pepper. Nicely flavored, the taste as expected and completes our food journey with Yeti.

waiwai sadeko, Noddles
Non Veg Wai Wai Sadeko

Pork, Pork with honey
Crispy Pork with Honey

Chicken Dry Fry with Peanut and Pepper
Chicken Dry Fry with Peanut and Pepper
I would admit a nice experience at Yeti, not an over rated place but certainly can be experienced with friends and family and enjoy North East Indian delicacies.


Food: Good
Ambiance: Simple
Service : Good
Rating: 3/5
Next Visit: Not sure, lots of options to try in Hauz Khas Vilage.
Recommend this place: Yes, didn't found expensive.
Tips: Try out the Nepali Thali Set - Thapakali


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  1. Very nice post. Yeti kitchen is very popular. Explore more about Hauz Khas Village entry fees, open timings, visit duration etc.