Atlanta >Queen Sheba Ethiopian
“Classy and warm atmosphere”
“Everything is wonderful and the food pairs up very well with red wine.”
“One of my favorites, Great atmosphere, Savory food, Friendly Service”
“This restaurant is a great date place for couples that enjoy unique dining experiences.”
“Great food, great service, fun atmosphere.”
“The food was well worth the wait, and the price was affordable for a family of four.”
Excellent food. Went there twice with my wife and once with a couple of friends. One time it was very crowded (I think it was some Ethiopian holiday or a soccer day or something) but the food was still great.
Highly recommend it.
The best Ethiopian restaurant in ATL.Very convenient
for a group. Ten of us went to Queen of Sheba Thursday night and we had an amazing time. The food was excellent, the service was very efficient and live jazz
was playing. I strongly recommend this restaurant.
One of my favorites, Great atmosphere, Savory food, Friendly Service.
This is one of my favorite restaurants in Atlanta. The service is always friendly, the food is always amazing, and the atmosphere is relaxing and cozy. This restaurant is a great date place for couples that enjoy unique dining experiences. This isn't a good dining option for stubborn "meat and potatoes" people, but a great option for people who enjoy ethnic dining and new food experiences.
I always get the meat and vegetable platter that comes on top of the injera. I always trade out the tripe though for extra chicken or lamb instead. Everything is wonderful and the food pairs up very well with red wine.
Classy and warm atmosphere. The service at the Queen of Sheba exceeded expectations as servers were warm and friendly. The food was well worth the wait, and the price was affordable for a family of four. I do recommend ordering appetizers, as the wait for your entree may take a while, but the atmosphere allows for excellent conversation as you wait for your meal. Whether a vegetarian or meat eater, Queen of Sheba has something to offer that provides great food with an excellent cultural experience.
Not Good. This was my first try of Ethiopian food so I have nothing to compare it to, but I will say that it was not good. I consider myself pretty open to eating various ethnic foods and haven't tried one that I didn't like yet. I felt that this restaurant was expensive for what we got ($10 for one chicken leg, on hard boiled egg and some sauce - yes, ONE chicken leg). The beer was reasonable ($3.50 a bottle). The service was lacking and because we had 6 people at the table, they automatically charged us an 18% tip. I know I will not be going back to this restaurant and I don't think I'll be eating Ethiopian food again.
Standard Ethiopian fare exceeds expectations at this humble strip mall gem..
Nothing on Sheba's menu, replete with the hallmark comfort stews of Ethiopia, suggests the extraordinary, so the depth and complexity its fragrant dishes boast is a thrill. Little on the menu disappoints, but the burnished, red-pepper-sauced options, earthy and intensely flavorful, are standouts. Braised collard greens, ubiquitous on Ethiopian menus, are especially good here--mildly gingery and buttery, with a full, mellow richness redolent of something that might have simmered on a Southern grandmother's stove.
Best Ethiopian in town. Great food, great service, fun atmosphere. One of my favorite places to eat in Atlanta when I'm looking for something a little different. For those who haven't tried Ethiopian before, this restaurant is a great introduction!
Use your fingers. If you haven't had Ethiopian, abandon all desire to eat your meal with utensils before you go. For me, this restaurant served as a good introduction to Ethiopian cuisine. Taking a large group here allows everyone ends up trying just about everything. If you're a small group, try getting one of the sampler platters.
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