Serves meat, veg options available. Eritrean cuisine in a setting that reflects the country's culture, with original art and artifacts. Eritrean and Ethiopian fasting food is vegan, so there is a variety of vegan/vegetarian food on the menu, including vegetable served on top of flattened pancake-like bread, called injera, with extra injera on the side. You eat your meal with your hands. Price: Inexpensive more-less
Vegan-friendly, Eritrean, African, Non-veg
339 Harrow Road, Maida Vale (Elgin Avenue)
West London, England W9 3RB
0207-266-2012

Open Mon-Fri 18:00-23:30, Sat-Sun 15:00-24:00.

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First Review by igreenery
EmmaOlmi
EmmaOlmi
  • vegetarian
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+23

Traditional Eritrean

4 Posted on 06 / 06 / 2014

A lovely spot and on one my fav in London! Used to lived close by so it was by chance I've found this lovely place!
Staff is the best, family owned, and you will feel just like at home while there!
Food is delicious! Strongly recommend!


pippomusic
pippomusic
  • vegan
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+22

deliciius! and has vegan set menu!

4 Posted on 10 / 15 / 2013

Little restaurant with lovely family staff and a lot if vegan abd vegetarian choices


gen6
gen6
  • vegan
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+53

Love this place!

4 Posted on 09 / 19 / 2013

This is a great local restaurant, especially good for veggie/vegans, due to the cultural food preferences of the Eritrean people. Delicious and fresh vegetable and lentil-based dishes



Flamedancerblue
Flamedancerblue
  • vegetarian
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+11

Definetly worth a visit!

4 Posted on 05 / 23 / 2012

This place is amazing. The food is incredibly savory, fresh and prepared with great care and pride. Every meal I have had here is leaves me wanting more. My mouth starts to water when I think of eating there again. The restaurant is family run and has a great atmosphere. It takes a little bit to get use to eating with the injera bread, but it is a great experience. I would also like to say that I rate them higher than the average "veg. friendly" restaurant. Not only have they come up with a special Vegetarian Week menu, half the regular menu is vegetarian - and I think it is mostly Vegan as well! I can't say enough good things about this place - and highly recommend the Selsi dish!

Pros: excellent food, fresh, good value
igreenery
igreenery
  • vegan
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+55

Wholesome family-run Eritrean restaurant

4 Posted on 04 / 04 / 2012

I've been here a few times and they're a very friendly lot. What luck that Ethiopian and Eritrean fasting food is all vegan! You can have the Chef's selection of vegetarian dishes - various vegetable mushes served up with (and on - the plate is covered in it!) injera, a wobbly pancake-type bread. No cutlery is offered - you do indeed eat with your hands. It's an experience!

Pros: Friendly
Cons: It's a pity it's not completely veggie!

 

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Last updated: 2012/01/22

 

Added: 2011/12/26

 

Added by: igreenery

 

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