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Yak N Yeti is a family owned restaurant established only because we have great love and passion for food. The restaurant is the ONLY one that serves exotic Bhutanese and Nepalese cuisines from the Himalayas.
This is vegan friendly - lots to choose from the menu. My vegetable steamed Momo Sizzler was sizzling when it was placed on my table. Delicious. Lots of flavor.
My friend had Spicy Noodle w/cheese. She loved it. Caution though, it is spicy hot.
We had a wonderful meal at Yak N Yeti and while we were stuffed when we left, we still wanted more. Highly recommend the Himalayan Onion Rings to start, they are out of this world. We also enjoyed the chicken Thali, which was a great...More
Who knew that a Nepali/Bhutanese restaurant could be found in small town Pennsylvania? Not me.
My husband, daughter, and I were returning from the PaState/Wisconsin game and stopped here for lunch. What a great find! The food was outstanding, perfectly seasoned and delicious. The service...More
While traveling between N C and MA we stayed overnight in Harrisburg area. As usual when we travel we look for local restaurants and very often find something unique. This restaurant serves food from Nepal & Bhutan, we had not previously tried either cuinsine. We...More
This place has become my favorite restaurant in the area. Their food is always fresh and full of flavor. The waitress is fantastic too. We were there on a busy Saturday night but the service was prompt and food prepared beautifully!! We try something different...More
We ate here on a Friday when they had the buffet. I can't understand all the reviews that are excellent on here. The food is very average and extremely spicy. My favorite restaurant of this type is Himalayan Fusion in Colonial Park. Their buffet is...More
The food is good here. My husband and I had the lunch buffet. It was an unusual mixture of dishes. The usual you would find on a buffet plus a creamy salad and a pinto bean dish. We are vegetarian and there was plenty for...More