Ahadu Ethiopian Cuisine

  • Veg-options Veg-options
    ( 3 reviews )

15510 Old Columbia Pike, Burtonsville, Maryland, USA, 20866

Serves meat, vegan options available. Ethiopian restaurant with a page of vegetable dishes which are all vegan. There are 2 pre-selected vegan combination platters, a choose-your-own combination platter, as well as many a la carte vegan dishes ranging from red lentils (misir wot), split peas (kik alitcha), collard greens (goment), chickpea salad (shinbra selata), cabbage & potatoes (tikil gomen), string beans & carrots (fosolia), tomato salad (timatim selata), and lentil salad (misir selata). Every dish comes with your choice of injera or rice. Vegetable/lentil sambusa as appetizer. A pot of hot spiced tea is also available. The space is smaller, but plenty of seating options as well as a coffee ceremony table. Open Mon-Sat 11:30am-10:00pm, Sun 12:00pm-9:00pm.

Categories: Take-out, Gluten-free, Ethiopian, African, Non-veg

3 Reviews

First Review by MerryRose

YES! - Edit

I found the restaurant on this app. I ordered the veggie #2 mango juice. There are several vegan choices on the menu. Awesome service and love the atmosphere.

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Teff (gluten free) injera! - Edit

The food was amazing! The tomato salada was my favorite, but the greens, cabbage and lentils were great too. I even liked the beets, which is saying something for me. The best of all though is they had gluten free injera made from only teff. It was the best injera I've had!

Pros: lots of vegan options, gluten free injera!!, friendly staff

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Loved every dish! - Edit

Went here tonight with my (non-vegan) mother and we split the veggie combo platter #1 (spicy red lentils, split peas, collard green, cabbage & potato, green beans &carrot, and tomato salad). The waitress knew exactly what vegan meant which I always find reassuring. It came with a whole basket of injera rolls as well as the injera it was served on and everything was superb. I've been trying to vegan-ize my mother and she really did enjoy this as well. It wasn't too spicy but it certainly wasn't bland. Each dish was also very different which I liked. The platter was just enough for the two of us, but if you and your friend are feeling more of an appetite, go for the combo platter #2 that also comes with lentil salad and chickpea salad. Our food was ready quite quickly and the waitress told us it was because vegan food is the best, simplest food to make! The tea was also a great asset to the meal (a citrus-y/spice tea). The sign on the building says something like "Ethiopian restaurant" instead of the name, but the name is on the door. I would 100% go here again!

Pros: delicious food, tons of vegan options, knowledgeable staff

Cons: poor signage

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