• Addis Nola

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Vegan-friendly
Lacto
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Take-out
Catering
Gluten-free
Honey
African
Ethiopian
Non-veg

Serves meat, vegan options available. Ethiopian restaurant offering many vegan options (all vegetarian dishes are vegan or can be served vegan). The injera is vegan and gluten-free as of 2021. The spiced tea can be prepared without honey upon request. Can also prepare the salad without oil. Vegan dishes include shiro, red lentils, Ethiopian salad, cabbage & carrots, yellow split peas, green lentils, beets, and collard greens. Relocated from 422 S Broad Ave. Open Mon-Thu 11:00am-9:00pm, Fri-Sat 11:00am-9:30pm, Sun 11:00am-9:00pm.


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3 Reviews

First Review by lauren_grace

gizelle617

Points +1444

Vegan
05 Jul 2023

Delicious

Ordered the vegan platter to go and ate it so fast, I forgot to take a picture. Both lentils are delicious, and so is the cabbage, greens, and beets. I would go back when I’m in town again.
I’d recommend ordering extra injera.. I love it and always want and need more.

Updated from previous review on 2023-07-05

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frandroid

Points +64

Vegan
01 May 2023

The usual Ethiopian offer

I.e it's the exact same combo you get in every Ethiopian restaurant, and it's amazing like everywhere. They have a second combo with more vegetable tibs but it's sized for 3 (and probably feeds 4...) and we were just 2 people so we skipped itq%. Service was overwhelmed but that was probably because they were invaded by post-Jazz Fest revelers. Reservations recommended.

They serve some original cocktails, which is highly unusual for an Ethiopian restaurant. I had the Ode to Antoine, which is a decent rye/ouzo combo.

Pros: Portion size, Combo options, Cocktails

Cons: Long wait for a table, Chilly

lauren_grace

Points +428

Raw
16 Mar 2021

Amazing, 5 star food

Love Addis Nola! We drive here almost every week from the Northshore. The red lentils, cabbage and carrots, and collard greens are to die for. The Ethiopian salad is also really good!

Pros: Tons of vegan options, Injera is gluten-free, Accommodating

Cons: None, other than the drive 😆




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