My first visit to Bath and I was so hungry. So just walked pass by few streets, and end up here in Ya Yeti Yak. Guys you need to try this food, mixed of Asian with Nepal 🇳🇵 recommend to everyone 👌
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We loved the restaurant. The food was excellent and service prompt and friendly with good-sized portions. There is an area where you can eat sat on cushions which adds to the ambience, although we didn't try that bit. You can also specify the heat/spiciness of...More
Rick Steves wrote a blurb about it, and our hotel - the SACO Bath St. James Parade - recommended it, so we thought we'd give Yak Yeti Yak a try. It's down a flight of stairs and on the basement level, but the restaurant is...More
My friend and I just happened upon this restaurant last night and it is a real hidden gem. Fantastic authentic atmosphere and just the most incredible food. Try the vegetable dumplings and the set meal selection - so fantastic. Please go!
My partner and I simply love Yak Yeti Yak, and have been eating here probably once a week since we first moved to Bath 2 years ago. The food & service is consistently excellent, the staff are super efficient and friendly. Sera is a great...More
Yak Yeti Yak has very tasty dishes and all which I tried very very good. They were also good with the small ones like nimki. They have some of the specialities of Nepali cuisine.
We visited without prior booking at 18-50 on a Saturday evening. We were given a table for two because a pre-booked table had not turned up for their 18-30 reservation. Their loss. We had a superb meal. I am no authority on Nepalese cuisine so...More
Don't be fooled by the small and unassuming frontage, this place is incredible! I would recommend going with the restaurants advisory of 3 mains, a rice, Dahl and veggie dish between two, it was plenty for my friend and I. Will be returning! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Dishes costing upto 10 pounds are bery small in portion especially when you have to order seperately. The side dish of dhall at 3 pounds is no more than a couple of spoonful. Had special goat dish on the bone. Was very small pieces mostly...More
Really cosy restaurant hidden away in Bath. Delicious food, family run restaurant with a really welcoming atmosphere. Food exceeded all expectations and was amazing, will be going back soon!