After many requests for our spices we are finally trialing them and the blends we use, they are toasted and ground by us, exactly as we use them. They will be on sale in Yak Yeti Yak and Phat Yaks in Kingsmead square from February and online later in the year. Pop down to either the restaurant or café if you want to be one of the first to get to cook our food in your own home.
YYY Foundation the e2e challenge bike ride, in Nepal last Novemberwas epic, check out the page and video here.
Hosting a reception, party, working lunch or any event here at Yak Yeti Yak couldn’t be simpler. We can offer exclusive use for private functions in one dining room for up to 30 guests or throughout the restaurant for larger parties, up to 75 seated. We have a selection of set menus but will work with you to create an event that is tailored to you and your party.
Parsnip and Spring Onion Paroras
Shredded parsnip and spring onions in a crispy chickpea and coriander batter. A firm favourite at our family parties, try them as a starter or as a side dish to share.
Lamb meatballs in Tomato and Coriander sauce
Made from tender cuts of lamband seasoned with mild warming spices, ‘Poko Pareko Masu’ is a winter speciality of up market restaurants in Kathmandu.
10 reasons to try us...
- Family owned & run restaurant with authentic Nepalese atmosphere.
- Traditional dining with low tables & floor cushions (plus tables & chairs!)
- Delicious, fragrant cooking using local, seasonal ingredients.
- Ever changing Specials menu introducing new and exciting tastes.
- Nepalese owner Sera & his team of chefs bring their own traditions to the table.
- Located in the centre of Bath very near key attractions.
- A simple 3 minute walk from the train station.
- Public car park within a minute’s walk.
- Take away menu available.
- Rave reviews from regulars and chance visitors alike.
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