Addis Ethiopian Restaurant

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    ( 5 reviews )

Serves meat, vegan options available. Artifact-accented spot offering Ethiopian cuisine. You will find stews and dishes of vegetables, potatoes, lentils, which are served with injera (traditional sourdough bread). Open Mon-Thu 11:00am-11:00pm, Fri-Sat 11:00am-2:00am, Sun 11:00am-11:00pm.

Categories: Ethiopian, African, Non-veg

5 Reviews

First Review by lazylimabean

Vegan Ethiopian Platter - Edit

When I eat Ethiopian food, I can't have just one dish. I always get a sampler. This place does not disappoint if you want a platter! They have 2 veg choices- one with 6 items and the other with 8. The 8 gets you the tomato salad and green mild lentils, in addition to everything in the 6-item combination.

The dishes taste real, not overly salted. If you like salt, you may need more. The collards and cabbage dishes are delish. I also like the split peas and the mild green lentils. The tomato salad was fresh. The spicy lentils were delicious, but the shirt was bland. The potatoes and carrots were perfect. Gluten free injera, check! Very filling!!

Pros: Veg is vegan, Gluten free injera

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not the best for veg - Edit

Good service and decent atmosphere. The veg combo is vegan but kinda bland. Carnivore friends gave this place rave reviews but it's only ok for vegetarians.

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Delicious Ethiopian Food - Edit

Like most Ethiopian restaurants, this has a vegetarian combo dish which I believe is also entirely vegan. Great quality food, supports basically every delivery/pickup service. One veggie combo is at least enough for two meals.

Pros: Delicious vegetarian combo, Authentic unpretentious interior, Fast preparation time for pickup orders

Cons: Ordering on the phone

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perfect meal for two! - Edit

Me and my friend tried Addis around 12 and the whole shop was empty, must have been the heat because the food was delicious. I would say the food was definitely very flavorful. a quarter of the dishes were under salted, nothing the table salt can't fix. We ordered a vegan combo plate #2 and it came out in about 8 minutes and it was huuuuuuuge! Came with three types of lentils, a sauce in the middle, a fresh tomato jalapeño salad, collard greens, potatoes and carrots, and cabbage and carrots. It also comes with two baskets of injera for two people! He whole meal was about $15, so considering you can share it with 2-3 people, that's $5-8 each. The staff was super nice. This is definitely the best Ethiopian I've had.

Pros: friendly staff , cheapo! , full bar

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Nice place, decent food - Edit

The restaurant itself is nice and on a Friday night there was a live pianist playing during dinner. Unfortunately the food wasn't that flavorful. They do have a veggie platter with many vegan items like several lentil dishes, collard greens, potatoes, and salad (standard Ethiopian veggie platter).

Pros: Beautiful restaurant, Clearly-labeled vegan options, Not crowded

Cons: Mediocre food, Slow service

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