A very traditional and articulately decorated Eritrian Restaurant in the heart of London. We were given a very warm welcome by the friendly staff and were seated in a comfortable place. The food was of good quality, well cooked and flavors were distinct. This is a good place to take friends with different food preferences; Halal, vegetarian, vegan and gluten free.
We chose to experiment with the traditional platter to share for two. It was a mix of veg, chicken and beef dishes, to be eaten with the Eritrean bread called ‘injera’. It was well spiced and flavoured just right without being over powering.
After a satisfying meal for the taste buds at Adulis, one has the opportunity to experience the traditional Eritrean Coffee Ceremony. A truly unique experience for coffee lovers. Fresh coffee beans are roasted over hot coal in a brazier and offered to visitors to experience a breeze of the tempting aroma. The roasted beans are then put in the Jebena, a traditional clay pot, in which it is left to boil and brew before serving where it is accompanied by burning frankincense and popcorn.
The menu is reasonably priced, would highly recommend it to people who love experimenting different cuisines of the world. Our overall experience was good . I would love to visit again not only for the food but for ambiance too.
A foodie must visit this place at least once for sure!!
112 St John’s Hill, London, SW11 1SJ
Tel. 020 7223 3663