Oktoberfest at Yak and Yeti


Flowing beer, grilled and smoked sausages, and lots of other authentic German cuisine awaits you at Yak and Yeti’s Sunrise Café. The most awaited festival of beer and finger licking food ‘Oktoberfest’ has started here from September 23.

The Lowenbrau Oktoberfest 2008 was inaugurated by German ambassador Verena Graefin Von Roedern.

The festival is internationally celebrated from September 20 till October 5.

“We are the first to hold this festival in the Valley this year. We used to observe Oktoberfest earlier too, but we are back after a short hiatus and reviving the mood and ambience of the festival making it even more enjoyable for our customers,” says Bharat Joshi, Sales and Marketing Director.

The festival covers both the lunch and dinner menus of the Café for one whole week. Along with an assorted starters and regular Indian spread, you will get to enjoy a number of scrumptious German dishes. Don’t miss their live sausage grills and BBQ chicken marinated in German dark beer, spices and herbs, and slurp some of their German peas soup with smoked sausage, which has a creamy and rich taste.

For the main course dig into herb-mashed potato, beer batter fried fish, bread dumplings and more.

Both lunch and dinner include a bottle of Lowenbrau beer. And even better news, if you buy a bottle, you get one free.

They also have live instrumental pieces of popular English songs performed by Ram Shrestha and friends.

The Oktoberfest is on till September 29. — HNS