Posted by: Orlick | August 1, 2009

NY Times Interview with Himalayan Yak

Here’s a link to an interview with Jamyang Gurung from the Himalayan Yak

Excerpt:

Does the subway bother you? Sometimes, but it has now become a habit. Mustang — we have wind, crazy wind. It’s a cold desert. It’s very loud. Around 12 midday, it stops everything. People stop to walk in the day.

The breakdown of your customers: Nepalese, Tibetan, Himalayan are 75 percent, 25 percent are foreigners.

Are they foreigners, if your restaurant is in the United States? We call them tourists in Nepal. Whenever you see white people, you call them tourists. So many people come from Europe and America, so you don’t know if they are Americans. That’s why we call them tourists. When you are over here, we have the same concept.

Himalayan Yak
72-20 Roosevelt Ave
Elmhurst, NY 11372
(718) 779-1119

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