Monday, November 19, 2007

Yakking it Up

Yak and Yeti has been open for almost a week now, so I feel that it would be a great time to highlight some of the area's decorative features. I had the pleasure of eating there on its first official day of operation, and had a very nice meal.

The exterior features ornate carvings and decorative embellishments, with the sit-down restaurant's entrance painted a rich purple.

The area is filled with themed props to set the storyline.

These paintings line the way to the restrooms and backstage area.

There is also a nice reference to nearby Kali River Rapids.

But perhaps the best detail of all is the container that the food from the quick service side comes in - a personalized version of a Chinese take-out box.


Lou Mongello - said...

After speaking with someone who was there, who whet my appetite for not only the food, but the story and details, I can't wait to visit the Y&Y and partake of the unique food, but spend hours inadvertently bothering unsuspecting diners as I lean over them to take pictures of some small picture on the wall.

I smell "research trip". Whaddaya think? Meet ya there, Jess. Dinner's on me!

Biblioadonis aka George said...

Wow...Crate Society Members get free dinners? Dang...

I was wondering how many "Yak" jokes would start appearing.

Grumpwurst (Ray) said...


You can bother the other guests a lot less with a good zoom lens ;)

My wife's love of Asian food may make this a definite choice for food during MouseFest. Maybe I can see what kind of reach my camera has.

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