Nice food, good value, friendly staff and (for us) a new experience. Not much more you could ask for. We had an outside table which was interesting and warm enough in November. Recommended.
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I took the Mrs out here for dinner and we landed an outside table(bloody cold and nearly in the traffic!) That wasnt crash hot. Anyway, the food was hearty and quite enjoyable. I could'nt say the menu was exactly "a la carte" as there wasnt...More
This little gem of a restaurant was recommended by my a friend who happened to be vegetarian. Her partner is vegan so we had to be particular about the restaurant we chose. This restaurant is accommodating to those dietary requirements and able to adjust to...More
This was a really nice place to eat, good food, and a fairly good wine list as well, which was not horribly expensive - nice touch. They recently went from BYO to having alcohol service so this is a good way to start. The food...More
If there is one dining experience that is worth trying in Newcastle it's Habesha. Delicious Ethiopian cuisine served traditionally and eaten without cutlery. You must book as they are always busy and there is a good reason for this. Try the Miser Wot, spicy red...More
Hands only dining, I recommend the red lentils and the siga wot after dining here twice these are my two favourites. Similar sauces, very rich and flavoursome. Sambsusas to start were delicious. The lamb dish is served with cuts of meat on the bone in...More
No cutlery required. Fantastic curry-like foods, large portions, great wine and friendly staff. Been here a few times and will definitely come back regularly.
Very cosy and welcoming vibe when entering the restaurant. Staff were pleasant and our waitress was very knowledgeable and very helpful explaining the menu and the ritual of hand washing prior to eating. We ordered three dishes lamb, chicken and a vegan dish, which was...More
It's been a long time since we've had an Ethiopian meal, and Habesha didn't disappoint. Four of us shared Vegetable and Beef Sambusas (similar to samosas), and then tried four different mains:- Doro Wot (chicken) Siga Wot (beef) Miser Wot (red lentils) Gomen be duba...More