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The Queen of Sheba

12 Fortess Rd

London NW5 2EU Greater London, United Kingdom

In an area that’s already rich in friendly, homely restaurants where your first thought on leaving is when you’re going to be back for more, The Queen of Sheba still stands out. And there are more than enough options here to see you ordering something different for at least your first 30 or 40 visits. While something like the perfectly tangy awaze ti’bs works well on a solo visit, ideally you should come with two or three friends and order one of the special selections, a sharing platter of salads and delicately spiced vegetarian or meat stews, all served on spongy injera. And make sure not to skip the Ethiopian coffee ceremony when you’re done.

Awaze ti’bs

“The awaze ti’bs at Queen of Sheba isn’t just one of the best things I’ve eaten this week, it’s immediately become a go-to in my personal repertoire of favourite things to eat in London. Full stop. In the years to come, I won’t sit around, joylessly wondering where to go to satisfy one of my indistinct cravings for spice and flavour. I’ll just head directly to this friendly neighbourhood Ethiopian restaurant in Kentish Town. Once there, I’ll slowly, deliberately, scoop away at this gloriously generous portion of rich and tangy pan-fried lamb, onions, and peppers with spongy injera until I can’t eat any more. Then I’ll eat a little more. And then, finally, I’ll accept their offer to pack it all up for later.”

- OJF

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