Countries in close proximity often share culinary traditions, as well as suspiciously similar answers on math tests. Taste collaborative cuisine with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $15 for $30 worth of Nepali and Indian dinner cuisine
- $25 for $50 worth of Nepali and Indian dinner cuisine for four or more
The menu includes Nepali-style steamed dumplings, or mo-mos ($5.95–$6.95 each), and a south indian masala dosa—a lentil and rice crepe filled with seasoned potatoes ($7.95), as well as classics such as mildly spiced chicken tikka masala in a creamy tomato sauce ($11.95).
Yak & Yeti Restaurant
Soft music fills Yak & Yeti's confines, where a design installation of white crisscrossing cords twists along the green ceiling, creating a gauzy canopy above tables. Within this artistic-leaning space, servers carry plates of India and Nepal's native cuisines, much of which are made with naturally low-fat ingredients such as chicken and vegetables. More than 120 culinary creations—from steamed chicken dumplings to boneless lamb—send their enticing aromas through the dining room and to waiting diners. In the kitchen, flames flicker in the clay tandoori oven as it bakes and crisps fish, naan, and kebabs. Complementing these main attractions are glassfuls of traditional beverages such as mango lassi or desserts of sweet milk balls, which chefs fry in a sugar syrup.
What some people are buzzing about:
“Good food and Nice service. ”
“Great food, some of the best and most flavorful indian/tibetan food in the Cambridge/Somerville/Medford area. ”
“The goat curry, naans and the rice pudding was great.”