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Habesha

(Now Closed)
African Restaurant$$$$
Belltown, Seattle
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  • Alexander S.
    Alexander ScottJanuary 25, 2013
    Sadly, Habesha is closed for good. The same owners still run Queen Sheba on Capitol Hill.
  • Stephanie T.
    Stephanie TastadJune 11, 2012
    The lentils are so good!
  • George I.
    George IvanovApril 24, 2012
    Come in for lunch. Buy the groupon for $6
  • Mariko L.
    Mariko L.March 11, 2012
    Great place to go with friends whose hygiene you trust. Scoop up bite-fuels of amazing tasties with yummy injera (sort of like a spongy, tangy, thicker crepe). Nom nom action at its finest.
  • Yunhong Z.
    Yunhong ZhouJanuary 28, 2012
    Habesha Lamb is great:-)
  • Inna B.
    Inna BlairDecember 11, 2011
    The combo for 4 is probably enough to feed 6-8 people!
  • Nancy B.
    Nancy BoutwellOctober 18, 2011
    Food is very good. Late night service, not so great.
  • Dr. Stephen H.
    Dr. Stephen HaasJune 18, 2011
    Don't come here with lefties
  • Sir Mark C.
    Sir Mark CappsJune 18, 2011
    Go for the house wine (south African red) instead of the Ethiopian red. The green chicken and beef pastries are awesome!
  • Shurik N.
    Shurik NoorApril 24, 2011
    ....the Kitfo is best when ordered raw! Much more tasty that way.
  • Shurik N.
    Shurik NoorApril 24, 2011
    Get the green chicken!!!
  • Rob "Hao Hao" C.
    Rob "Hao Hao" ChangJanuary 1, 2011
    Lunch buffet very very good and only around $9. About 6 to 8 dishes to choose from. Much better than most Indian buffets that compete in the same market segment.
  • sharryn
    sharrynJuly 22, 2010
    Been here 10+ times
    I get Gomen -my vegetarian favorite by far! I gotta remember to check-in!
  • Harini S.
    Harini SaladiJuly 12, 2010
    Have the "Green Chicken"...it goes phenomenally well with the Injera! Each portion is big enough to feed two people, so, order with caution if you are not too hungry :-)
  • The Seattle Times
    The Seattle TimesMay 24, 2010
    Dining Ethiopian is a communal affair, given that the serving platter is also the common plate, using scraps of torn bread in place of utensils. Doro wot, a chicken and egg stew, is a great intro. Read more
  • Jennifer W.
    Jennifer WeisApril 5, 2010
    Try their veggie combo, selata and sambusa!
  • John P.
    John PorterFebruary 13, 2010
    The food was awesome. I'd go again.
  • Robert R.
    Robert RebholzFebruary 6, 2010
    Chicken and spinach rocks
  • Robert R.
    Robert RebholzFebruary 6, 2010
    Avoid the lamb - tastes great but wher's the lamb amid the fat and connective tissue?
  • Garren K.
    Garren KatzOctober 29, 2009
    get the buffet. wonderful.
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