restaurants / Other

Lonely Planet review

Cheery Addis serves pungent Ethiopian dishes such as ayeb be gomen (cottage cheese mixed with spinach and spices) and fuul musalah (crushed fava beans topped with feta cheese, falafel and sautéed in ghee), which are eaten on a platter-sized piece of soft but slightly elastic injera bread. The restaurant is normally full of Ethiopian and Sudanese punters, which is always a good sign.