eaten ethiopian all over the world but this was a hot but bland meal.
Comfortable and homely, good etheopian beer and the special main course to share was warming, tasty and filling, had a great night and will definitely be returning.
Great experience, great food, service very very kind. Will come back for 100% :)
really good worth a go
Really delicious food, friendly service and big portions. I'll definitely be coming back!
Love this place! Great service and really yummy and affordable food :) Awesome experience
UNBELIEVABLE. tiny place with HUGE taste. BEST soup (pumpkin) of our lives. Awesome experience.
Muy bien todo
If you love food and very kind people who are passionate about food. Eat here. ❤️
The food was nice but it didn't particularly blow my mind, and it wasn't all that cheap. Nonetheless, it was still a very enjoyable experience thanks to good service and a pleasant mood.
Another great evening at this lovely restaurant! Together with 3 of my collegues we decided to go for Ethiopian diner. So I reserved a table here, since I really enjoyed it the first time. One of our little group had his Birthday and the owner of the restaurant helped me decorating the table when I arrived. They were a bit delayed so while waiting, I got a super nice lentil soup on the house as a surprise, which was soo nice! We ordered a large injera full of mixed veggies and meats. Everyone of us loved it! When we ordered dessert they surprised our bday man with a cake and candles including a bday- song loudly played in the restaurant ???????????? Price/Quality is amazing and it is such a relaxing, easy going place to enjoy diner!
Absolutely DELICIOUS food. One of us had fish, one had meat and I was able to ask for one of the veggie options to be made vegan which was no problem at all. The food was incredible, very reasonably priced and the portion size was ideal. Only down side was that service was quite slow despite it being quiet when we arrived and so the atmosphere also wasn’t great. The quality of the food, however, far outweighed any negatives and I cannot express in words how amazing the food was.
Great cozy environment (most were clearly regulars!) and food was simply delicious, with a tinge of home cooked food!
Eating here is like being welcomed into the home of our Ethiopian friends. After eight years of living in Addis Ababa, I crave the flavoursome food, the gorgeous coffee ceremony aromas, and the smiles, and last night it didn’t disappoint. I first enjoyed eating here in 2005 and will return every time I visit Amsterdam. Thank you!
Good Ethiopian food, service was Quick despite how busy it was, they got a drinks order wrong despite only being two items, but was a good experience.
Everything was fantastic. The food was delicious and the owners were wonderful and especially accommodating to the children in our group. We have been here before and will definitely go again. The menu is a little confusing for ordering with a large group but otherwise no complaints.
I had diner with a friend at this place yesterday evening. There are a couple of Ethiopian places in Amsterdam, but with the best ratings and checking with friends, we decided to go here. Upon arrival they had a lovely cosy terrace outside and a table was ready for us. The lovely lady served us so nicely and gentle. The table next to us had a great Djerba full of food allready so we decided to order the vegetarian version. Wow!!! Sooo nice! We love to share and take it easy, and they let you do that. Great option for vegans and veggie by the way. Ethiopian coffee as dessert served in the traditional way, made the evening perfect! On top of that price/quality is amazing. So even on a low budget a greatp place to go!
Monday untill Sunday 17:00 - 23:00
- Dinner 17:00 - 23:00
Overtoom 337, 1054 JM, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Het adres van Ethiopisch restaurant Addis Ababa is: Overtoom 337 1054 JM Amsterdam Bereikbaarheid van restaurant Ethiopisch restaurant Addis Ababa is bereikbaar met: Tram 1 Stap uit op de Overtoom bij de halte: J. P. Heijestraat. Als u met de tram
Little Ethiopia in Amsterdam
Restaurant Addis Ababa puts Ethiopia on the map of Amsterdam. This restaurant is named after the capital of Ethiopia and in style with the culinary traditions. Eating is a social activity. In this African country, eating with the right hand of injera is a habit. Injera looks like a large pancake, which you tear off a piece. Then you grab with this piece of injera vegetables, fish or meat. Mmm, delicious!