Gendershe Cuisine

Indian Restaurant
2741 W Lincoln Ave Ste B, Anaheim, CA 92801 2741 W Lincoln Ave Ste B, Anaheim Directions
+17142299730
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87% of 55 customers recommended
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  • Cuisine
    African, American, Cafe

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Report | 12 days ago
We will definitely go back. I loved that they had several items that are delish and a great price for a quick snack like the hummus and the beef sambusas. I loved the suquar and the anjeera bread.
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Report | 12 days ago
Very tasty. Would like to come back again.
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Report | 14 days ago
The food was good - but maybe try to update the inside of the restaurant (the decor)?
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Report | 12 days ago
Very nice lady at the counter.
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Report | 12 days ago
delicious! And the owner was very nice
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Report | 13 days ago
Good clean food, friendly atmosphere.
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Report | 12 days ago
I would come back next time with a group of friends so they can all try Somalian food.
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Report | 12 days ago
The restaurant appearance needs some fixing up.
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Decor needs improvement
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Hope they will make their place more appealing make it like look like a dead place. But a good food
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The decor of Habiba Abdi’s restaurant, Gendershe Cuisine, is not ostentatious—she tries to impress the four senses besides sight. The aroma of all-halal meats marinating in signature spices tints the air, heralding Somali entrees such as the hilib ari, a goat dish that OC Weekly deemed "gamy and glorious." Mango lassis cool the tongue with a mix of almond milk, fruit pulp, orange juice, and vanilla. Pieces of bur—somali fry bread baked onsite—engage the hands, encouraging patrons to soak up lingering sauces with their dough instead of a friend's shirtsleeve. All the while, guests absorb the sizzling sounds of salmon and tilapia being sautéed in the kitchen's special "mother sauce."

Named after the Somalian city where Abdi’s father grew up, Gendershe Cuisine is an outpost of a kind of cooking rarely found in the United States, much less Orange County. Even so, Somalia’s rich culinary tradition—influenced over the years by Italy, India, and surrounding East African cultures—means that many dishes may look familiar even to the uninitiated. Crispy, triangular sambusas are relatives to indian samosas, ethiopian injera pops up beneath stews of beef, chicken, goat, or fish, and spaghetti and lasagna lie under sauces subtly spiked with Somali herbs and spices.

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