• Buna

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Vegan
Ethiopian

Small Ethiopian restaurant located in an alley next to the market between the main market and the big mosque. Offering typical vegan Ethiopian choises: teff injera with vegetable stews, as well as shakes with soy milk. Nov 2019 reported fully vegan. Open Mon-Thu 9:00am-10:30pm, Fri 9:00am-5:00pm, Sun 9:00am-10:30pm. Closed Sat.


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4 Reviews

First Review by geneveggie

LimorRaviv

Points +312

Vegan
16 Jan 2020

Cozy and yummy!

Small local place run by a mother and son, tasty vegan food and lovely personal service!

Pros: outside sitting in the market area, slightly messy

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yuvalerez

Points +143

Vegan
02 Dec 2019

Wonderful place and sweet people

"Buna" is the traditional Ethiopian coffee ceremony, and this is the energy that "Buna" brings: The tiny restaurant opened only few months ago, by a mother and her son. The mother had an Ethiopian spices shop, and they turned the place into the lovely restaurant.
We had the Injara with everything, which costs 40 shekels.
The food was delicious!
After the meal we spoke with the sweet woman, the mother, and she gave us a traditional snack to try, which was also very good😄
We also bought a mixture that calls "Shiro" (chickpea flour and spices), legumes, and even incense!
We stayed to speak with the sweet mother and son, who explained us about Ethiopian food and cooking.
We really enjoyed the experience :)

Pros: Fresh, home maid, maid with love, not expensive

OshriVeg

Points +469

Vegan
24 Nov 2019

Great vegan Ethiopian food!

The place is 100% vegan!
Tasty food, I took the Injera with 2 stews for only 30 shekels.
The owner was a sweet old lady who was always checking me to see that I'm fine.
It's just across the great mosque, near the Municipal police unit.
Very recommended :)

geneveggie

Points +19

Vegetarian
22 Oct 2019

Wonderful lunch

Excellent Ethiopian food. We had a large platter of injera with various portions of spicy legumes and vegetables. It's almost all vegan, the shakes can be prepared either with yogourt or soymilk. Try the Ethiopian coffee too, they roast it themselves.
The owners are very friendly and welcoming.

Cons: It's a bit difficult to find




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