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Julia A.
Report | a day ago
There is a television in the room. Not everyone likes televisions in restaurants, particularly if you have kids. I have been at most of the Ethiopian restaurants in the area, and the food here is as good if not better than all of them. Allow time for parking if you come by car. The Yelp listing for this restaurant states they are not open on Sundays, but they are.
xiomara t.
Report | 24 days ago
Food was amazing atmosphere great and clean!! Pleasant staff!!
Ahmed H.
Report | a month ago
Good food excellent service. Not bad for a new restaurant.
Fani B.
Report | 2 months ago
Come hungry! If you haven't been to an Ethiopian restuarant before be prepared to embrace your fingers as utensils. However, you won't be disappointed because it's finger licking good! Great restuarant, do yourself a favor and go!
Mara G.
Report | 2 months ago
The vegetarian platter was enough food for two people by itself! The food was super yummy and the Ethiopian honey wine was a special treat.

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The aromas at Basha Cafe—ginger, garlic, cardamom, and chili powder—might make it hard to wait for your meal. But the patient are rewarded with Ethiopian entrees featuring chicken, beef, lamb, or veggies, all attentively spiced and cooked. Grilled lamb cubes mingle with injera and gravy, red lentils ignite the palate with spicy flavor, and chicken in traditional berbere sauce arrives with herbed butter and boiled eggs. On some nights, Basha Cafe also provides entertainment, captivating guests with live music.

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