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If I could give this place no stars at all, I would.
Worst experience at a restaurant EVER. I feel sorry for the staff that work at this restaurant. The owner is a mess. Actually "mess" is an understatement.
Went to have dinner at Lalibela...More
You can understand immediately that it is a good and genuine Ethiopian restaurant, there are many African people, and not only, that are going there for eat.
The place are quite and it is good for spend your time with the family and friends, there...More
Nice settings and a short walk from Fridhemsplan station. The friendly staff recommended Blandat Fat menu which consists of separate chicken, lamb, beef and vegetables stews, hard-boiled egg and some lettuce salad. Two varieties of injera: homemade and gluten-free were served. A good introduction menu...More
Starting with the good aspects: The food seems quite authentic, and the price was reasonable. But the service was quite chaotic, they didn't understand what was orderes. Half of the dishes on the menu weren't available, they brought the wrong dishes. We had to wait...More
The restaurant was near where I was staying so I thought I would give it a go. Never have been to an Ethiopian restaurant before I chose something that sounded nice but really I had no idea what to expect. Thankfully, English was one of...More
Great atmosphere. Very nicely decorated and clean. Staff was very pleasant. Sambusa was fresh and crispy. The Vebowot,chicken, nicely seasoned. The injera lacked the sour dough taste that like, but I'm sure Teff is hard to get in Sweden. My overall experience was good and...More
I love Ethiopian and usually eat Ethiopian everywhere I travel. The place is nice and with great atmosphere... other issues still need to be dealt with.
I asked for a prosecco, the server brought me red wine and told me that it was prosecco.
The night we were there they were doing a buffet for 160 krona which meant we got to taste lots of dishes – all were lovey, especially the spicier stews. Very friendly staff. Coffee smelt amazing though we didn't have any. Highly recommended!
We were 4 and shared 2 big platters with different meats and veggies - everything was super tasty, plenty of food, service was good. We also had the traditional coffee afterwards. It came to 120 SK per person, no drinks (we only had water).
Kungsholmen is one of the largest islands in central Stockholm and one of the most popular places to live. Its most famous attraction is Stockholm’s City Hall, which stands out with its monumental architecture and is one of the most photographed buildings in Sweden. Kungsholmen has its own little city center and shopping mall, its own beach and a lovely pedestrian area next to the water, which charms both locals and
visitors with beautiful little cafés, restaurants and of course an awesome view. This neighborhood is perfect for a relaxed stroll followed by some coffee on a Sunday afternoon.