welcome to yak yeti yak restaurant
Yak Yeti Yak is unique there is no other restaurant quite like it.
The atmosphere is relaxed and friendly reflecting the owners’ belief that the restaurant is an extension of their own home and customers are guests. Soft ambient music adds to the atmosphere.
Having spent many years travelling around Nepal leading expeditions the owners have collected a diverse and personal mix of artefacts and everyday items that now adorn the walls and ceilings of the restaurant. Amongst the many bits and pieces there are bells from yak caravans, village gadgets, jungle artwork and climbing gear from past Everest expeditions including a pair of boots that have been on the summit.
Yak Yeti Yak Restaurant first opened in 2004 in a basement in Argyle Street tucked away and serving a purely Nepalese menu it was a bold move into the unknown by the owners.
Very quickly the restaurant became established as one of Baths most popular restaurants, recognition from the critics soon followed and with inclusion in the Good Food Guide in 2006 Yak Yeti Yak has grown ever since.
In 2007 it became obvious that lovely though the Argyle Street location was, it was just too small, so a move to larger restaurant was necessary and later that year they found their new location in Pierrepont Street.
Yak Yeti Yak Pierrepont Street opened in spring 2008 and has continued in much the same way as before, with continued praise from critics. The larger restaurant has meant that things are no longer cramped and with the end to the civil war in Nepal the owners were finally able to travel around Nepal in 2009 collecting all the new ornaments for the restaurant.
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Open 7 days a week
Lunch: Monday - Saturday:12 noon - 2pm
Evenings: Monday - Thursday: 6pm - 10:30pm, Friday & Saturday:5pm - 10:30pm
Sunday’s: Lunch: 12 noon - 2pm Evening: 6pm - 10pm.
Tel: 01225 442299