On a vacation to Japan, my wife and I ended up eating a lot of non-Japanese food because of our gluten allergies. Yak and Yeti was one of my favorite Japanese alternatives. I love Indian food (Napalese and Indian food seem very similar to me), and this place did not disappoint. Surprisingly, we have a Yak and Yeti here in Colorado too, but I've always found the one in Colorado to be very ho-hum. The Kyoto restaurant seemed to have a little more variety and less cookie-cutter Indian food than what I am accustomed to in the US.
Random comment unrelated to my review: the woman who served us was one of the few non-Japanese waiters we met on our entire trip. She was actually Napalese. I mean, that's ok, the nationality of the staff does not matter if the food is good and the service is friendly (yes, she was friendly), but most of the Indian and Mexican places we visited were staffed entirely by Japanese employees. That's a big change from what I've seen in most of my world travels, usually ethnic food is served by ethnic staff. Interesting, right?
By the way, their home-made icecream is delicious.
Also, the entrance is on the side. We found the address using Google maps, but we couldn't for the life of us find the entrance. The entrance is not on the street.
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