I just moved here and was glad to find a good number of Indian restaurants. I looked them up, studied them, and did not find Yak and Yeti in my search. In the meantime, I tried some other good ones, at least one not-so-good one, and have a few left on my list, as recommended by coworkers.
Then my date and I walked to Ball Square and found Yak and Yeti. It was empty, which is not a good sign typically, but it meant we got extremely attentive service [but not overwhelming]. We've had the Palak Paneer, the Shahi Panneer Korma, and the Paneer Makhani for entrees. I've had the kheer for dessert.
Flavoring hits the marks on each dish, and adds subtle nuance. Food quality is consistent across visits [three or four of ours]. Ingredients taste fresh and well-selected. My date and I don't always agree on flavor, but we've had each of the dishes mentioned above and both enjoy them.
Everywhere I go, I try to find a palak paneer. It is great that I have a palak paneer of choice, across all places I've been, right here within walking distance from my apartment.
Part of me believes there is a reason to try the Nepali food. However, another part likes the Indian food so much that there doesn't seem to be a reason to.
I'd like to go to the buffet, but -- and let me tell you -- dinner has been amazing and well worth the low price every time.
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