The dance and cultural shows were good. The buffet dinner not so good. Most of the dishes were not even warm. I guess you get what you pay.
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I went in here for dinner along with two Kenyan friends. Not long after we sat down at one of many empty tables, two waiters came up and, looking at the Kenyans, asked if we had reservations. The message was pretty clear, and they only...More
SO many better options in Addis for traditional Ethiopian food. We ordered the bayonet (vegetarian) option for 300 birr when we could've gotten it at almost any other restaurant for 15-30 birr. And for a lot better tasting bayonet. Our veggies came out lukewarm and...More
Really good Ethiopian restaurant, good meals, nice environment. there are also nice cultural events every evening. The best thing, however, is the coffee bar at the entry part, with own roasting. The coffee they sell in grains is exceptional.
It got better every year since it was started 10 years ago. It has excellent music and dance in different languages, including foreign languages such as Chinese and Sudanese. One day, while the singer was singing in one of the Ethiopian languages, a large group...More
A perfect place to bring guests, or a perfect place to come as a tourist. May seem tacky, but absolutely isn’t. Brings to life the other cultures of Ethiopia with the music and dancing with awesome interactive dancers. The buffet is okay, but ordering a...More
It located 20 minute from bole this local traditional restaurant offers different kind of Ethiopian traditional food and drinks excellent Ethiopia music and dance. It is one of the best place to enjoy your self and firand
A great place to get an overview of the diverse cultures in Ethiopia, we thoroughly enjoyed our visit to the Habesha. As strict vegetarians, there was plenty of scrumptious food to taste. The musicians and dancers were very entertaining, and we felt like we had...More
We'd had a long day touring and shopping in Addis, and thought about just ordering dinner at our hotel and staying in. But our guide, Hailu Abera Woldegiorgis, had made reservations for us at this restaurant--and he emphasized that the food was great and the...More