Large restaurant with good atmosphere, friendly service and great food. Was very crowded on a Tuesday night, so booking probably advised. Would go again.
Of course i should be talking about the delicious food, the lamb with shallots or garlic, the tartare with clarified butter, the side dishes of lentils, potatoes, peppers, the chicken, the freshly made cheese, all great, and, given that you will have more than enough with just 1 main dish per person, it comes with multiple side dishes, injera pancakes... More
We were 4 and had a set meal. We did not really know what to expect, but it was great, well spiced and a good mix of both meat and veg dishes. We ate all the dishes with a traditional "Injera", a spongy, flat sour pancake, with which you use to scoop up your food. Desert was a little disappointing.... More
Booked for a birthday treat on a busy Saturday night after reading the mostly very positive reviews and weren't disappointed. The staff were all great, very smiley and helpful, explaining the dishes and the way of eating and happy to talk to us in English. The food was really interesting, with bold flavours and beautifully presented.
I have eaten in a number of Ethiopian restaurants (London, New York & San Francisco) and this is by far and away the best. The food was exquisite and beautifully presented. All of the dishes were explained by some of the most beautiful women I have ever seen. All attentive and courteous. It got busy very quickly and on a... More
A lovely decorated resturant, quite big though, so not so much cosyness. Dishes was served on a typicel "pan-cake" Ethiopian style, Injera, which you use to eat with. Injera has a very sour taste and sort of overwhelms the taste of the food. Not really to my liking. The small different dishes, thick stews, were wellperformed but did not really... More
Although a nice setting didn't found it relaxing to haven dinner. Service nothing to write home about. We took the discovery meal which I regretted very much as it wasn't good. Far from! I found it all to bland without any taste. I guess in Ethiopia they eat some sort off a pancake/bread that has absolutely no flavor, good for... More
Although the food and the atmosphere was good, the service was unfortunately terrible. The staff didn't take the order correctly, so when the food arrived there was one plate missing that we could not order again as the kitchen has been closed in the meantime. The pinnacle was at the end when the bill arrived and there were plates listed... More
We had the best time ever. Service was great, we had assistance to understand what the eating habbits in Ethiopia were and how we should enjoy our food. And we did! We went there with a couple of Belgian friends who are not very experimental as to what they eat, but we ended up having the best time ever. We... More
I had never tried Ethiopian food before and it was a real surprise, so good! OK, we went there on a really hot day during August, this is food better enjoyed during the winter so I will go back there soon. We had the menu between the three of us and it was plenty to eat. The service was very... More
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