We chose Yeti pretty much at random and we're pleasantly surprised on our first night in Delhi. Hausa Kaaz is an interesting area and Yeti is a good restaurant.
It was meant to be a business lunch on a weekday with a senior colleague visiting New Delhi on work. On finding a few favourite eateries either closed down or 'out of service' on maintenance at Hauz Khas village complex, we finally clambered up the second floor to land at Yeti at about 2.00 pm; we were lucky to get... More
I was here a few months ago with friends and it was my first time at Yeti (I went to the Malviya Nagar branch). I just loved their food. And personally for me-I liked the vegetarian fare better than the non-vegetarian one. Don't expect a 5 star ambience or anything. Its simple and down to earth. But you mainly go... More
I have had the most obnoxious experience at YETI at Hauz Khas village Delhi and would urge all my friends to stay away from this place. The staff is horrendously rude. Ours was a group of three and we were provided the sofas. As soon as a group of six foreigners walked in we were unceremoniously asked to shift to... More
Last week Mr. A's parents were visiting us and as always the fight was where to eat! While his dad is on doctor's diet, his mom is too fussy about fried food and needs healthy yet tasty options (I fail to understand that option till date!!). After a lot of debate I could only boil to down to one place,... More
No frills eating joint ...lovely ambiance, the whole place has the feel of hillside shack...great food...the mutton momos are to die for...goat phokso, potatoe chilly datsi, pork fried rice and fried spinach served with tingmos are a MUST try.....great value for money...and last but not the least it has a well stocked bar.. great place for a laid back chilled... More
Good ambience, good decorum and delicious food. Had a great time with my friends. Prices were a bit expensive for a normal student like me.
Been to this place twice. Loved the place even though u have to climb up the stairs. I like their special type of chutney in aloo. But the problem with this place is parking place. You have to walked all the way.
This is really one of my favorite spots in Delhi. Has a great ambience. Modern, chill, perfect spot with a few friends. Great priced food of high quality with lots of great options (but not too many, which is a good thing!). We had a couple kind of momos that were so perfect in texture and delicious filling. Then we... More
Nice location with a perfet view of Hauz Khaz Fort & Lake.. Interior is great, all service providers wears their Nepalese traditional dress... food has its own taste, nearby area is rocking :-)
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