I found a sentence where the use of “yet” is not clear. Please help me to understand the sentence:

The sentence is: There is hardly any place in the city that is yet to have a cyber cafe.

‘Yet’ is used in negative phrases to talk about something that has not happened but that you expect to happen. However when combined with this particular structure (there is hardly any/no place…that is yet to…) a double negative is created, so it actually means that everywhere already has a cyber cafe. There are only a very few places where you won’t find one.