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My family and I had traveled 10 hours from Addis Ababa, so I wanted us to start our vacation off right with supposedly one of the best restaurants in Bahir Dar. I was expecting this place to be awesome in terms of atmosphere, service, and...More
Great views towards and over the lake. This is a touristic restuarant where a few locals go to impress. We had the foil fish which was fine , nothing to write home about however for Ethiopia it was different. Drinks are reasonable. Service was however...More
We came here specifically for vegetarian options (as listed on trip advisor) but they didn’t have a fasting menu nor many options. They ended up making shiro and vegetables with injera.
Scenery was serene.
Its worth a visit if you can sit outside and look at the lake. The fish foil was good. The grilled fish was good too- very small but as usual the tibs were very tasty! Its a clean restaurant with really nice staff and very...More
Great fish in foil, the Ethiopian dish we ordered was nice also.
Probably would be nicer to come during the day, mainly because the driveway was quite long and dark so we were kind of forced to drive on the way back with their tuk...More
This place is advertised for the food and especially fish dishes. The fish served in a foil wrapping is nothing to write home about and you can get better from anywhere else. However, the garden by the lake is very nice, so I would recommend...More
Down a dirt track , the restaurant is about the views and garden/water ambience. It feels very settled with locals enjoying peaceful conversation amongst friends. The grilled fish tasted fine alongside the local beer. Waitresses are far more nonchalant than I would have expected. Overall...More
I am sorry I don't remember the price. I remember we ordered fish, which is more expensive than traditional - Injera, etc. Somewhere I wrote down coffee was 50 bir, I am not sure for the 4 of us, or just one person. Sorry, I... More
I am sorry I don't remember the price. I remember we ordered fish, which is more expensive than traditional - Injera, etc. Somewhere I wrote down coffee was 50 bir, I am not sure for the 4 of us, or just one person. Sorry, I could not be of much help.
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