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.
Food sounds delicious?
Get a table before they're gone
We have eaten here before and the food is always excellent, with a mix of mainly Indian and some Nepalese. Very friendly staff and good service.
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.
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.