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If you are staying in the area and want something different from your typical "California" fare, Yeti is good. Is it the best Indian food I have ever had? Not close. But it was warm and hit the spot.
The servers at Yeti in Glen Ellen are always smiling and friendly and make good suggestions about what's best on the menu. Plates are small and saucy for sharing - its good to get orders of Naan (garlic and buttered are our favorites) and/or rice for mopping up all the goodness.
We have been to Yeti three times and it seems that each time gets better and better. It was cold out and unfortunately the walls don’t have the greatest insulation. They have some floor heaters spread around and they help. But what really helps is the food which is hot and typically tasty and spicy. After the wine and samosas we were pleasantly warmed up and the rest of the dinner was great - Chicken Tikka Marsala and Tandori Salmon were off the charts. Yeti has a very reasonably priced wine menu and the check for the two of us including the wine was less than $90. Luckily Yeti was not affected by the recent fires and it is a great place to have some really good food in Glen Ellen.
The food was tasty, seasoned appropriately, and served at the right temperature. At times there were two wait staff vying for our attention; it seemed like the two weren't communicating well with one another about our requests. Because of other reviews, we chose to sit inside to avoid the yellow jackets. Unfortunately, we didn't manage to avoid a couple of pesky flies. Since the unscreened door to the patio area was left wide open, it's not surprising that the flies were there. All in all it was a nice place to spend celebrating our anniversary.
Wonderful meal, wonderful service. Good was tasty, good heat, and proper portions. Wait staff was very good with recommendations. I would definitely go back!
Food was fantastic. People were friendly. They were busy, so service was slow. There were also a lot of flies in the restaurant because the doors were open.
At first I thought the prices were a bit high for Indian and then the wonderful food came out in huge portions. We started off with the chicken momo, it came out looking like a Shanghai dumpling, there were some juices inside so it could be the Nepalese version. They were very flavorful and worth the drive all by itself. Then we each had a tandoori kabob dish, an order of rice and a piece of nan. We could've easily just shared one kabob dish. Since all of our dishes were "dry", the server brought us out a small bowl of a cream sauce that tasted sort of like korma to try. YUM!!!
I wish we could have taken doggie bags, but it was a hot day and we had come to Glen Ellen to shop.
For all the rave reviews and recommendations it was less than I had expected. The tiki masala meat was tough and dry and the spice was underwhelming.
Love this local restaurant! Wonderful food with an attentive staff. Very nice outdoor dining near a creek.
The problem was that the food was made for "white people" i.e. nice dishes and ingredients but really bland.
Amazing setting and the food was phenomenal!!
Food you won't get anywhere else. Exotic flavors. There are few outdoor dining spots in Glen Ellen, this is one of them. The servers are helpful and friendly. Get the garlic Naan.
Absolutely LOVED the ambiance. We typically eat at the Santa Rosa location because it's very close to our home. What a nice surprise that the food in Glen Ellen was equally as good- but the atmosphere and the setting on the outdoor patio was AMAZING! I'd highly recommend. We'll be back!
This restaurant has amazing food. Highly recommend.
Really outstanding Indin food in the middle of Glen Ellen. Great service overlooking the canyon and woods and you can bring your own wine for a modest corkage charge!