Yak & Yeti features Indian and Napali cuisine. Charles and I grabbed a quick bite here before a movie. The menu is divided by cuisine. Charles ordered from the Indian menu and started with lentil soup. He said “it’s good, it’s hard to go wrong with lentil soup, though,” and had a lamb dilruwa for his meal. It was a lamb and mushroom curry. He seemed to enjoyed that, also. I started with vegetable momos (dumplings) from the Napali menu. I thought the dumpling wrappers were good, thin and tender, but the filling was lacking in flavor. I know it’s boring, but I ordered the palak paneer, as I always do when having Indian food. It was a little spicy for me, but flavorful. As always, I wished for more paneer.
Our service was friendly and efficient and the prices reasonable. I think if I lived in the neighborhood, I would go again, but it’s not worth going out of your way for.