Here it is, a Himalayan restaurant in Delhi. The food distils the sense of Himalayas in a teasingly playful way.The decor is subtle and understated (soft lighting, plush seating and Himalayan Art on walls). We could not help but stand in awe of the decor from the Tibetan wall hangings to masks on the walls.Each dish is a Masterpiece - be it Yeti veg platter gemmed with aloo Sadeko or Tingmo ( a bread ) with Chili cheese dip or a Datchi.
By now almost all of us are aware of this quaint restaurant in HKV with a fancier outlet in M block, GK 2. Owing to its popularity, Yeti seems like a high-end restaurant but your first tryst with it is going to completely take you by surprise. As you enter through the tiny door, the fragrance of a myriad spices is going to greet the foodie in you and the excited chatter will welcome the skeptic!The restaurant is always busy and they don't take reservations so be prepared for a long wait in their tiny balcony or in the noisy streets of HKV. The service is on the slower side and the staff tends to forget orders! Ignoring the small hiccups, settle down in their warm chairs, soothe your ears with happy North Eastern music and devour the menu because that'll decide what you devour later.Must try: Pork Lemon fried, Aaloo Sadeko, Wai Wai Sadeko, Shabalay, Fried Spinach, Yeti Veg PlatterCost for two: Rs 1500 (including taxes, hopefully)Where: Haus Khaz Village, Greater Kailash 2