This is one of my favorite places in Munich and I always try to go when I'm in town. I've always been to the Belgradstraße one. It is nearly always packed.
One of my favorite things about this restaurant is the honey wine, which at most other Ethiopian places can be overly sweet and syrupy, but whatever they serve at Blue Nile is still sweet without being cloying.
Service is really friendly and helpful. Even though I've had Ethiopian food many times (including at some of the amazing restaurants in DC) I usually get the shared variety platter, which has a few vegetarian and meat selections on it. Dishes are very flavorful but most aren't spicy. The spongy injera bread you use to scoop up your food and eat it with (made from non-wheat teff flour) is so yummy. Pretty inexpensive too, especially considering generous portion sizes.
Please ignore ignorant comments about no parking and having to eat with your hands. If you want an amazing, flavorful culinary experience and don't mind stepping out of your cultural comfort zone a tiny bit, this is an excellent place. Great for vegetarians and carnivores alike.
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