Cisco is incredibly friendly and a really fun teacher of authentic Ethiopian cooking. Easily the best shiro we had had on our travels.
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With generous fasting dishes, you will be stuffed. The host is a character. Originally saying she was too tired to make coffee, she asked us to help out with the ceremony, then proceeded to take over and refused to accept money for the coffee. There...More
The interior is cozy, the owner is friendly. A vegetarian pizza was amazing (although completely vegan, even without cheese). Pasta was average. Breakfast (pancake and toasts) were so bad, we couldn't eat them.
Have a couple of hours to learn something new? Then spend it in the kitchen with Sisco learning how to prepare Ethiopian traditional injera dishes. Sisco will teach you step by step how to make injera and how to prepare different vegetarian dishes to satisfy...More
We spent three wonderful hours with Cisco in her kitchen during which time we made injera and seven separate dishes. What a fabulous insight into this delicious cuisine! Our visit culminating in eating the fruits of our labour and what was one of the most...More
Very nice and authentic restaurant in Lalibella....I went there with a friend of mine and with two main courses (quite big portions) and 4 beers I ended up paying about 8 euros. The place to go if you want to try some local cousine in...More
Great food at good prices. The usual run of pizza pasta and local. There is also roast chicken for 300 birr but you have to give 2 hours notice and it is big enough dish to spilt between two people. They also offer cooking classes....More
The food here is excellent and prepared in good clean conditions. I ate the fasting food as I am vegetarian. One plate is enough for two people unless you are very hungry. It is all prepared to order so it is not quick, but you...More
Cosy, intimate and run by a wonderful Ethiopian who is so friendly and delightful. She makes the place so homely that one does not want to leave it and it is fun to to just talk to her about Lalibela