• Moya

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Serves meat, vegan options available. Ethiopian cuisine restaurant with split menu between veg/meat dishes. Vegan choices include a veggie sampler, chickpea stew and injera bread which is gluten-free. Injera is available for purchase at the end of the day. Open Mon-Fri 11:00am-2:00pm, Mon-Sat 5:30pm-8:30pm. Closed Sun.

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10 Reviews

First Review by CarleeBusby


Points +730

10 Nov 2023

Very good

Very good vegan sampler, reasonably priced.

Pros: Food



Points +506

06 Aug 2023

Pure teff injera

There are a lot of good Ethiopian restaurants in the Bay Area, but not a lot (that I know of) that offer injera made only with teff regularly. Teff is expensive, so generally it’s cut with wheat flour. Also delicious, but it’s really cool to get the real thing here.


Points +244

23 Jul 2023


This is a good ethiopian spot - everything tasted decent and was healthy. We had the veggie sampler and tofu dish. The red lentils and tofu were by far the most flavorful. But 1 dish is enough for 2 people! We ended up with lots of leftovers to look forward to. I live close by so I will likely reorder, probably just for takeaway/delivery next time it’s needed.

Updated from previous review on 2023-07-23

Pros: Healthy, Tofu and red lentils had a nice flavor , Large portions

Cons: Not all vegan


Points +564

06 Jan 2023

Delicious ethiopian food

I love ethiopian food and this place sure makes it well! We had the vegan sampler and Gursha. Everything was very flavorful and delicious. Would definitely go again. One plate is good for 2 ppl

Updated from previous review on 2023-01-06

Pros: Delicious Food, Very friendly staff, good location and decor


Points +114

25 Sep 2022


Very tasty ethiopian food. Quick service. Family Business.

Pros: great vegan platter, Large portions , 100% homemade

Cons: Hard to find


Points +52

30 Aug 2022

Very delicious

Very tasty food. There is an extra vegan menu.

Pros: Vegan options


Points +34

18 Jan 2020

Amazing food and nice owners

Very good. The veggie combo is awesome and the menu has a clear vegan section.


Points +22

10 Sep 2018

Sooo delicious

We had this food at a work meeting. It was brought in on huge trays and were full of only vegan options. It was sooo delicious and a bonding experience for all to share a platter

Pros: Lots of vegan options, Healthy new and tasty , Warm


Points +28

Mostly Veg
05 Jun 2018

amazing taste - hits home for me

I love ethnic food and this is a great place for vegan food. Also injera is amazing. It’s a family owned business and the owner is just incredibly sweet. I believe she is mostly vegan !


Points +72

29 Aug 2017

Great Ethiopian restaurant w/ veg options

I live a block from this Ethiopian restaurant and so I've been many MANY times, before and after transitioning to a vegan diet. First of all, this is a family-owned and operated restaurant that's been around since 2010. It is truly authentic Ethiopian!!! They make all of their meals in house, including their 100% vegan, gluten-free injera bread, which is the best injera I've ever had. I could literally just eat the injera alone -- if you go, make sure to get the injera, not the rice or you'll be missing out. It is served with every meal. You can also buy extra injera for $2 per piece if they have extra that day. I personally love the veggie sampler, which could serve 2 people, and includes misir wot (Spicy lentil stew, but not TOO SPICY), yekik alicha (yellow pea stew--my personal favorite!), ye’basha gomen (collard greens). tikil gomen (potatoes, carrots green beans and cabbage) and green salad with a side of injera to eat it all up with your hands. I like to take my non-vegan/veg friends here too, because they seem to like the chicken and beef options. Something for everyone!

Pros: delicious vegan food, friendly staff, quick

Cons: not labeled vegan on menu, not open on Sundays or 3pm-6pm weekdays

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