Great food, we tried the deluxe platter for 2 and every of the portions had its own flavor. Really good all of them, and eating with Injera, the Ethipioan bread, instead of silverware, makes it very special. Mid priced
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I was so happy to find this small, ethnic restaurant open, after I'd moved been away from Tempe for over 17 years! I used to live a mile away and ate here often. Nothing has changed except they now have beer and wine, some of...More
Four of us wanted to try Ethiopian food. They have a a great combination platter that serves four. This allowed us to taste much of what was available on the menu. The herbal iced tea was yummy. All the food was tasty and fun to...More
If you want really good Ethiopian food, as a matter of fact, if you want the best Ethiopian food in the Phoenix area, this is the place hands down. Great service and comfortable family atmosphere.
I've eaten here a few times, and loved it. While she was visiting she mentioned she had never eaten Ethiopian food, so this was great chance to take her before her flight home. It was nice to go here, knowing it would be represented well!...More
Let me tell you, as much as my wife and I love Ethiopian cuisine, we waited far too long to finally try Lalibela’s. In the words of Andrew Zimmern – WOW! Terrific meal! My wife started with hot Yekemim Shai Tea and I had a...More
My wife and I ordered the #26 platter, and everything on it was delicious! Service was friendly, and we were seated immediately. Highly recommend!
An Ethiopian experience awaits. Joining friends and sharing a platter of tasty sample dishes and sopping up the juices with injera bread is my idea of a great day. Three of us did just that and nary a morsel of food remained. A sense of...More
Had dinner with several friends who recommended the place. I was not familiar with Ethiopian food and it was fun to order all sorts of dishes which are then served on one huge platter. One is supposed to eat with one's hands using an Ethiopian...More