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Next to the qat market in the heart of the old city...
This is the restaurant that all the other restaurants in Yemen want to take after. All the Yemeni staples here are done to perfection, but it’s the oven-baked fish that rules the roost.
The Yemeni food served at this upmarket restaurant seems to have almost nothing in common with all that fatty meat and stringy chicken that’s been masquerading as Yemeni food elsewhere in the country...
Run more as a hobby than a business by an Ethiopian woman, this incredibly popular lunchtime restaurant gives you the opportunity to try Ethiopia’s national dish, injira (sourdough flatbread) and wat (spicy, curry ...
Attracting hordes of local workers for lunch and residents of the neighbourhood for dinner this is the best of several cheap and cheerful restaurants in the very heart of the city...
One of Sanaʻa’s top restaurants, this is where well-to-do Sanaʻa folk go for a splurge...
You know this is a real deal Indian restaurant by the fact that the vast majority of the customers are expat Indians. Its spicy variety makes for a delicious change after a repetitive Yemeni diet.
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