Queen Saba

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    ( 3 reviews )

Serves meat, vegan options available. A westerners-friendly Ethiopian restaurant. The vegetarian item is actually vegan - a large Injara (Ethiopian pancake) with 5 different vegetables and legumes stews. Menu in English. Previously named Malkat Ethiopia's Queen of Ethiopia.

Categories: Vegan-friendly, Ovo, Ethiopian, Non-veg

3 Reviews

First Review by yintov

great authentic Ethiopian in Jerusalem - Edit

The food at Queen Saba was delicious, filling and hearty. We had a share plate with injara and various vegetarian curries and stews which also happened to be vegan. The service was great too, very helpful with what to order and explaining what we were eating. The price is also very reasonable. The place is secluded and hard to find off Ben Hillel st and don’t be put off by the exterior, the food and experience is way worth it.

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אוכל אתיופי טעים! יש טבעוני. מוסיקה שקטה ונעימה ובעלת בית מקסימה - Edit

אוכל אתיופי טעים! יש טבעוני. מוסיקה שקטה ונעימה ובעלת בית מקסימה

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excellent food, cheap and off the beaten track - Edit

Five vegetarian dishes on the menu, all of which I think are vegan. 35-45 shekels for a full meal including injerra (sour bread). Its difficult to find as it's up a little alley off jaffa st and then up some rickety stairs with no sign except the door paint in Ethiopian flag colours. but the food's great (if you haven't eaten Ethiopian before you're in for a treat) and there's a very nice atmosphere. it's all pretty makeshift but in a quaint way. the staff speak reasonable English

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