JUMP TO:
  • Top Places
  • All
Evan Sung
0 Ratings
+ Share On... Facebook Twitter

Yeti of Hieizan - CLOSED

Map & Directions 43-16 Queens Blvd.
Long Island City, NY 11104
FLAG
 
718-784-9384
  • Asian, Fusion, Japanese, Nepalese
  • Sun, Fri-Sat 12pm-1am, Mon-Thu 12pm-11:30pm
  • MasterCard, Visa, American Express
  • Delivery, Takeout, Vegetarian Friendly
  • Dinner, Lunch
  • Full bar
  • Not Necessary, Accepted
  • No Parking

Description

Village Voice's Description

If you spot a yeti in Sunnyside, it won't be the shaggy Abominable Snowman, but a restaurant that oddly mixes Nepalese and Japanese cuisines. Stick with the Nepalese and you'll have a spectacular meal. Begin with the omnibus snack platter of pork tidbits, toasted soybeans, pickles, and minced variety meats called samaya bajee, and mix in the white rice flakes with every bite. Next pick the Nepalese fried chicken, or giant floppy dumplings called momo, with a choice of eight fillings. Finally, a Japanese maki roll or two would be in order, just to get a feel for the wacky culinary conjoinment.

 
Member Reviews

No Reviews yet, leave the first one below!

Your Review:

Your Rating:

 

 
Tips from foursquare

  • Village Voice on 01/03/11

    They served Nepali Style Chicken at Choice Eats and it was a big hit!

  • Leena S. on 03/05/11

    Lubb d dim blue-ish amBienCe n d food is pretty gud as weLL. I jus wished there was MuSiC to go wid d nostalgic ambience as weLL but no matter it's still gud :) make sure u roLL d temPLe- wheels;)

  • Anne on 06/08/10

    Try the crispy scallops roll

  • Brittany A. on 08/30/10

    Great vegetarian options! Try the veggie momo or thukpa or the many Japanese veggie options.

Check out Yeti of Hieizan on Foursquare

 
Menu

More Japanese Restaurants in New York

  • EN Japanese Brasserie
    Greenwich Village

    There are more than 40 locations of this izakaya-style restaurant in Japan; it&185;s too bad not more of them have made their way to the... More on EN Japanese Brasserie >>

  • Brushstroke
    Tribeca

    Brushstroke, a noteworthy collaboration between David Bouley and the Tsuji Culinary Institute of Osaka, marks one of the few spots in New York... More on Brushstroke >>

  • Momokawa
    Gramercy Park

    Momokawa is only one of two Japanese restaurants in town to specialize in the cuisine Kyoto, the capital of Japan before Tokyo. At the heart of... More on Momokawa >>

  • Neta
    West Village

    Top-notch sushi doesn't have to be prohibitively expensive or posh. At this stark West Village gem, co-chefs/-owners Jimmy Lau and Nick Kim take... More on Neta >>

  • Mission Chinese Food
    East Village

    New Yorkers were thrilled when San Francisco transplant Mission Chinese Food appeared on the Lower East Side, slinging Oklahoma... More on Mission Chinese Food >>

  • Sushi Yasuda
    East 40s

    Finally, a fit competitor for Kuruma Sushi (7 East 47th Street, 317-2802). Sushi Yasuda in Midtown is all blond woods, accented by a single... More on Sushi Yasuda >>

See More Japanese Restaurants in New York

Reviews and News

 
Best Of Awards

  • Channeling Bigfoot, Yeti of Haizen is a very strange restaurant conjoining cuisines from Japan and Nepal. Stick with... More on Nepalese »

advertisement

More Asian Restaurants

Today's Daily Deal

E-Cigarette Ultra Kit ($50 value) View more Voice Daily Deals

Events Nearby

Restaurants Nearby

See More Restaurants
advertisement
Loading...