Really Really Delicious!.
I've been here a few times and every time I come here it is clean, the service is good, and I eat wayyy too much.
I have been to many Indian buffets and admittedly like them all. What I like about this one that is different is that they divide the vegetarian food and meat-based food (I love both but I like the division). They offer a buffet at dinner- most only do lunch. Also, they don't dumb it down too much for the American palette. They offer an assortment of hot sauces to really spice up your food including pickles and a homemade achar. Usually, I have to ask for this at Indian buffets and usually, I have to pay extra.
I also love their "galub jamun"? I'm surely butchering that, but it is a dessert and it is delicious.
This place is kid-friendly and my toddler loves it.
Worst Indian Restaurant!!!. I don't think its good idea to eat stale food just because its buffet. There food is very filthy , try to look around and check there kitchen ....you will just throw up
AMAZING INDIAN BUFFET!. BEST INDIAN FOOD IN DENVER! We actually went to the location in Arvada. The only draw back would be the lack of seating. THe buffet had everything I could want on it! I am vegetarian, so there were so many options! The coconut soup, veggie korma, mushroom curry, and samosas were amazing! We will go back weekly!
Best Indian food in town!.
Firstly, there are two Yak and Yetis. Both excellent, however we feel this one is still better than their sister restaurant on 58th avenue.
Second, you can eat off the menu or the buffet. Both are awesome, you cannot find a better Indian buffet anywhere, but the ordering off the menu far outshines their buffet! It truly is the best Indian food in town if you go that route. The service is incredibly friendly. They care. Bottom line.
We come in often with our kids and one time brought a group of friends in who all live downtown and only eat at the nicer places there and in cherry creek. They were all very impressed. Even moreso when the owners started bringing out many other items we did not order for us to sample. They have the standard Naan which is awesome and comes free. But they also have a variety of flavors that will amaze you! Try them all!
Everything is full flavored here. No skimping on seasoning and flavors. Great variety in the buffet and again... ordering off the menu... Wow.
We took our kids to Bombay Clay oven in Cherry Creek. They thought it was no where near comparable to Yak and Yeti. And they were right! We were shocked!
Not the fanciest, but the tastiest!
Best Indian Buffet. I have frequented this restaurant for years now. My only disappointment is that I wish I could go more often. Very vegetarian friendly. The service staff is genuine and pleasant. My favorites are the korma and masala dishes, especially the sweet potato masala. Recently, unfortunately, I felt judged by some of the management as my dinner guest has changed due to an ended relationship. I felt that they thought I was some sort of floozy for this, as if my restaurant should care about my life choices. Makes me uncomfortable, but the food is good.
Delicious buffet, great selection and service. Love this restaurant almost as much as the sister Yak and Yeti in Arvada. It doesn't have the same pub atmosphere and handmade beers, but the food is oustanding, and the hospitality of the staff is always overwhelming. I've tried the buffet several times and there's always too much to choose from, but I've never had a bad dish or less than tasty morsel. It's right off Sheridan, just south of the Westminster Mall. Come on in.
My Favorite Restaurant. Yak and Yeti is my favorite restaurant, and not just for Indian Food. They have fantastic service, delicious food, and the place is CLEAN and cozy. My favorite dish is the Chicken Tikka Masala. Can't wait to go back!!
Suprised by the negative reviews, this is the best buffet i've had in all of Colorado!.
I have to say i'm shocked and wonder where the people eat who don't like this buffet. It has by far the BIGGEST selection i've ever seen for North Indian cuisine (and they even Sambar for South Indian food lovers).
While there are a couple of meat dishes (usually tandoori chicken and curry chicken of some sort), this buffet is predominantly veggie, so if you want more meat i would recommend going elsewhere, but if you love vegetable curries, this is THE place!
They even have sweet potato curries, zucchini, broccoli dishes, carrot pudding, korma, two kinds of rice, etc. in addition to favorites like aloo gobi, dal, the sambar and saag paneer. Despite being a big eater, I never even have room to sample everything, the buffet is so vast!
The service is friendly and the food is great every time, and the value is superb. It is definitely worth a try!
Poor quality and taste...Make the drive to downtown Denver for good Indian cuisine. I ate at the dinner buffet and found both the selection and quality of the meats to be sub-standard. I found an entire chicken bone in my food, while my husband actually bit into a number of smaller bones (both were dishes where bones should have been absent). In addition, dishes that should have only contained chicken, also had beef, and at times, an occasional shrimp mixed in. Given the overall lack of apparent time and care spent preparing the buffet, I would recommend visiting one of the Indian restuarants in downtown Denver. I would not return to this restaurant even if the food was free.
Our Favorite Restaurant.
My husband and I go out to dinner at least once a week and every 5-6 weeks, we go to Yak and Yeti, it's our favorite place. They offer a dinner buffet (most Indian restaurants only offer a lunch buffet) and it is a large buffet at that.
The service is stellar, and the staff is very friendly.
Their coffee is to die for - save room for it at the end of your meal!