This is a special message from Barilla. Guests may not know what to expect from a Nepalese-Indian-Chinese restaurant, but the biggest surprise on Yak & Yeti’s menu could be the Asian riff on an old favorite, listed right there with the Shaoxing Steak & Shrimp and the Duck with Anandapur Glaze. “It’s pasta,” says Mark Batdorf, executive chef of the Disney World hotspot. “We just call it noodles.” The Disney take on lo mein is no more of a leap than ...
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