|FOOD:|| ||Disappointing to say the least. The donuts were very small, coated in grease, and had strange toppings (i.e. one had broken potato chips and pretzels on top of chocolate) They were so greasy, the box had 6 big grease spots. |
The breakfast sandwiches were even more greasy. The "toasted" bun was fried in oil, and not properly drained after cooking. The contents were overly salty and HARD to eat.
|Price:|| ||The price of donuts ranges from one dollar to three dollars each. The six we picked cost twelve dollars. The small breakfast sandwiches cost eight dollars apiece with no sides.|
|Ambience:|| ||The inside of Yeti's Post was unremarkable, slightly dirty from other customers. The staff had all the windows and doors open creating problems for diners. Items blew around and what little ac they may have hade was over powered by the wind.|
|Service:|| ||Service was fair, but they were a little slow bringing the food. The donut prices are not marked, so it was a guessing game as to the cost, per donut. Coffee was served with out cream, milk, or sweetener. When asked, the wait person had to show you where to go, and she had to fill up the cream container. They offered no napkins for the customer, and again, we had to go looking for them. And finally, we know Yeti's Post is not from San Francisco, because they did bring us HUGE plastic straws. |
In closing, Yeti's could become a great spot for Sunday morning breakfast, but they need to work on the quality of their food and efficiency of their staff (a receipt for the six donuts, and two small breakfast sandwiches that cost $28.00 would have been nice).