Visit This Place For Some Authentic Thukpas!

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What Makes It Awesome?

Yeti- The Himalayan Kitchen, is located in the busy streets of Khar road. As the name says, this place serves the authentic dishes of the places located on the Himalayan range, i.e., Nepal, Bhutan, Tibet and North-East India.

This outlet is the second one of the chain whereas the first one is located in Hauz Khas, Delhi.

What I ordered:

1) Chicken momos:
They had the authentic taste of North East India. Proper thin coating at the outside and juicy filling inside. It was one of the most delicious items on their menu. Definitely a good start.

2) Kokra Tareko:
Chicken pieces fried in Nepali batter. It was served with their authentic spicy sauce. It was so delicious and a good choice for spicy food lovers. Even being deep fried it had it's juiciness.

3) Fried Dry Chicken Thukpa:
This dish was very tasty yet tasted more like regular chinese noodles rather than Nepalese dish. But the taste was too good. Those who want to taste authentic Thukpa may opt for the Thukpa soup.

4) Chicken Mothuk:
This was a good main course. This is a momo soup. The momos feel more delicious because of the flavours. The soup is mildly spicy and tangy with lots of veggies. A perfect blend of flavours.

1) Black Mojito:
This mocktail is a blend of virgin mojito with a dash of coke. Two amazing flavours in one is double amazing.

2) Raasta special:
This one is a mix of pineapple, lime and orange and is a proper tropical blast for your taste buds. An amazing drink on summer days.

The mocktails menu for Yeti and Raasta cafe is the same. Overall, the experience was very good. It's a rooftop place so it has a good vibe to it. And the decor is adorned with old Bob Marley classic murals as it is in the same place as the Raasta cafe. A good hangout place for friends, colleagues, and couples.

How Much Did It Cost?

₹1000 - ₹3,000

Best To Go With?

Big Group, Bae, Family

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