An Eccles restaurant is inviting customers to a virtual Christmas party tomorrow evening. 

The African and British-style restaurant Yetti’s Kitchen, in Liverpool Road, will host the party via Facebook from 7-9pm at £9.99 a ticket.  

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Posted by Yetti’s Kitchen on Wednesday, 16 December 2020

During the party, food is delivered to your door, games are played and there is music from their online DJ. 

Yetti Tabai, the owner of Yetti’s kitchen, promises “food, fun & games” during the party.  

He said: “You’re at home, you get a lovely meal, you log in online and we’ve got an online DJ as well who’s going to be there, playing you your lovely classics. It will be absolute fun. Last month we planned on doing it for two hours, 7-9pm, and it literally carried on till 11 we were having so much fun.

Inside Yetti’s Kitchen, where the Xmas party will be broadcast. Credit: Yetti Tabai

“It’s just to get people to have something to smile about. There’s been a lot of doom and gloom since March this year and just to get people to have a laugh, have a drink safely.

“You don’t have to put your camera on, you can turn your camera off and dance your socks off.” 

Yetti’s kitchen moved to Eccles in October 2018 and has proved successful, even during a year which has proved difficult for most of the hospitality sector.

He said: “Slowly the success has now gone around Manchester in terms of we now work with schools, we work with Manchester City Council, giving pep talks to young entrepreneurs encouraging them on how to start a business. Aside that, we also have a charity where we feed the homeless with hot meals.” 

Inside Yetti’s Kitchen, where the Xmas party will be broadcast. Credit: Yetti Tabai

The business which started off in Milton Keynes is very optimistic to what 2021 will bring

Mr Tabai said: “We’re going all out. We’re going to be releasing our debut movie on Netflix next year, so I am excited about that. Yetti’s kitchen has quite a lot of documentaries that we want to release on Netflix, so, lookout for that next year.” 

Inside Yetti’s Kitchen, where the Xmas party will be broadcast. Credit: Yetti Tabai

Yetti’s Kitchen also has plans to adapt services in 2021 so that people can get a taste of its food all over the country.

He said: “We’re hoping for a bit of virtual reality in 2021, so you can still enjoy the Yetti’s Kitchen experience no matter what tier you’re in and what lockdown rules apply, wherever you are in the world.

“Lastly, we are hoping to start offering the food we have nationwide throughout the UK, and also offering the opportunity for people to franchise from Yetti’s Kitchen. Those are some of the things that I’d like for 2021. We’re excited, we can’t wait for it.” 

To get tickets for tomorrow’s virtual Christmas party click here 

Contact Yetti’s Kitchen email: phone: 0161 706 0062


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