Yak & Yeti Finsbury
About Yak & Yeti Finsbury
Nepalese and Indian cuisine at Finsbury Park: Yak and Yeti make a strong case for enjoying the culinary treats of Nepal and the northern regions of India. Named after a five-star hotel in Kathmandu, the restaurant offers Britain’s favourite Indian dishes and fascinating Nepalese specialties. The Yak & Yeti menu offers terrific depth in its vegetarian choices, have the friendly staff recommend you a dish that suits your taste perfectly.
8,848 – this the number that has every hiking and climbing-inclined being smile knowingly, for Mount Everest’s peak sits nearly 9 kilometres above sea level. And that’s where Yak & Yeti draw their culinary inspiration from. And even if you’ve never actually seen a Yeti (you have? You… haven’t, right?), you can just sit back and relax and have the friendly staff recommend you a great dish that’s just right to your taste.
Yak & Yeti restaurant in London’s Finsbury Park specialises in Indian and Nepalese cuisine that’s so authentic it’s named for a famous five-star hotel in Kathmandu. The restaurant celebrates a lively atmosphere, with stylish, comfortable seating, cheerful colour scheme and a positive ambiance. The additive-free menu features both Britain’s favourite Indian dishes and fascinating Nepalese specialties. And as so many Nepalese are vegetarian, the Yak & Yeti menu offers terrific depth in its vegetarian choices. The chef and his team are rightly proud of subcontinental culinary heritage, so they make a point of serving fresh, authentic dishes served with enormous attention to detail – as well as Nepalese beer and very good quality house wine.
2 Yak & Yeti Finsbury Reviews
The food was very tasty and the staff were very helpful and welcoming. I tried the Nepalese menu options and beer and liked it. The portions were copious. There are more Indian food options on the menu so if you are not adventurous you will find some classics.
Fairly quiet for a Tuesday night but the service and food was brilliant at a reasonable cost. Main complaint would be that my Cobra beer tasted like the lines needed a good clean. Other than that, very happy.
Excellent alternative to a traditional 'Indian' restaurant. Lots of subtle differences between Indian and Nepalese cuisine make for delicious food. Great service and reasonably priced.