Z and I went with his brother and his girlfriend before she jetted off to Turkey (oh, how I wish I studied abroad in college), and this ended up being a great send-off meal.
We started with the Vegetable Platter ($7.99), which consisted of samosa, vegetable pakora, paneer pakora, and aloo tikki.
Everything on this platter was delightfully well-seasoned and ideally fried while lacking any excess grease. We all were slightly addicted to the mint sauce that was served alongside everything, too.
For my meal, I went with the Aloo Mutter ($10.99), made with green peas and potatoes that were cooked with ginger, garlic, onion, and mild spices. (It was also served with basmati rice).
I got my Aloo Mutter spicy, and it had just the right kick of heat without being too overpowering. This dish was also incredibly well-seasoned, and I had a hard time not eating the entire serving in one sitting (Indian leftovers are the best!).
We also all shared a slew of Indian breads that Z ordered for the table (he studied abroad in India while in college - he knows his stuff), and all were fantastic.
We really enjoyed our first meal at Yak & Yeti, and I definitely plan to return. [Side note: I used a Restaurant.com gift card for this meal - great way to save a few bucks here!].
Did you study abroad in college? If yes, where did you go?