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Eat with your hands: Ethiopian food and a coffee ceremony on Long Street
Colourful. That’s the best way to describe dining at Addis in Cape. From the ceiling of umbrellas to the vibrant ambience, cheerful staff and, of course, the smorgasbord of flavourful cuisine and appetising aromas that come with it.
BEAUTIFUL ETHIOPIAN DECOR, FLAVOURFUL FOOD
Meals at Addis in Cape – where you eat by hand – are best shared. So gather your friends or family and meet at the corner of Church and Long Street.
Sitting around a beautifully woven basket-like table called a Mesob, you’ll forget that you’re in the middle of the City Centre. Traditional Ethiopian music plays in the background and the aromas waft through from the open-plan kitchen.
The decor is simple, but has an African energy – from the wooden beams, chairs, side tables and floorboards to the exposed face brick