We again ate at Tibetan Yak (Roosevelt Avenue between 72nd and 73rd Street, Jackson Heights Queens extremely close to E, F, R, 7 trains)). Plenty of room (no one else there) and quiet, peaceful. Superb lamb curry, deep intense broth with handmade maltagliati noodles, bits of beef, spinach and radish, much more. The potato and spinach dish Jim adores was on tonight and the buttersalt tea a revelation. All too wonderful. And how many of you will ever get to try it? So few patrons, undoubtedly they will close soon. The experience is like eating at Bo in its final days, knowing it would end soon. And so much ado about lesser places. . .