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229 S 45th St
Philadelphia, PA 19104
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- Sun - Sat 10:00am - 12:00am
Cuisine: African Restaurants
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price range:$11 to $25
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Philly is a great place for Ethiopian and Abyssinia has many vegan options. Plus there's a funny little bar above the restaurant certain Vegansaurs used to frequent in their salad days.
Great food and service at a very reasonable price. Beer selection at restaurant and upstairs bar are both excellent. Suggest going with a group for family style experience to try many dishes.
by Steve I.
Delicious! Enter through the side if you don't want to go through the bar
The service is usually slow.
by micco s.
Always a wait for the food, but worth it. Definitely go upstairs to fiume for after dinner drinks and feel cooler than you probably are.
by Lisa R.
The veggie platter rules. It's my go-to meal each time I visit Abyssinia! Definitely try it!
by Emily M.
Very slow service!!!!!
by Michele D.
One of Philly’s best Ethiopian spots. Wander upstairs to their under-the-radar bar, Fiume, for Thursday night bluegrass and a weekly special.
by Reinhold Residential
Minimal food wait time and they even noticed I was vegetarian and gave me a platter separate from my meat-eating friend. Best-spiced Ethiopian food I've eaten!
Best with 2+ people. Get any meat dish with the veggie combo - perfect combination.
by Mjumbe P.
The best part about the place is that it wears the tiny whiskey bar Fiume like a hat.
by Foobooz Philadelphia
Food is good so I don't mind the wait. Get the veggie combo platter! You're welcome.
Delicious and homestyle :)
by Danneile D.
Get the chicken tibs w injera or the veg platter..if u want it spicy, u really have to tell them SPICY!!! They never seem to make it hot enough, because they don't think I can handle the heat.
It better be good because we've been waiting for 1.5 hours for our food!
by Zachary F.
Best Ethiopian food in the city but the service can be very slow wheb it's crowded so go when you're not in a rush.
get home cuisine :D
by Nat W.
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