Queen of Sheba Ethiopian Restaurant

★★★★☆
Gracious service and a cozy room make for an easy intro to exotic Ethiopian fare.
  • 650 10th Ave

    New York, NY 10036

    Cross street: 46th Street

    Map & Directions
  • 212-397-0610

About Queen of Sheba Ethiopian Restaurant

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Daily 11am-12am

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I love this place. Their new drink menu is a great addition.\r

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★★★★★

I love this place. Their new drink menu is a great addition.\r

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Simply delicious, good service and well worth the price. Also fun for a first date since they explained the act of Goorsha to us. Overall a wonderfull experience!\r
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★★★★★

Simply delicious, good service and well worth the price. Also fun for a first date since they explained the act of Goorsha to us. Overall a wonderfull experience!\r
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I went there 2 days ago and it was really delicious. I took the "Gomen wot".
It is a vegetarian dish made with collards green. Just perfect, well cooked and really exquisite. Plus, the serving is well-done and when you are there, you feel

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★★★★★

I went there 2 days ago and it was really delicious. I took the "Gomen wot".
It is a vegetarian dish made with collards green. Just perfect, well cooked and really exquisite. Plus, the serving is well-done and when you are there, you feel

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This is an excellent restaurant for Ethiopian food. I ordered the tim tim salad which is tomatoes onions, etc with injera bread, and sambosa (lentil) and the vegetarian sampler. Loved all three dishes. I also go to Maskerem down the

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★★★★★

This is an excellent restaurant for Ethiopian food. I ordered the tim tim salad which is tomatoes onions, etc with injera bread, and sambosa (lentil) and the vegetarian sampler. Loved all three dishes. I also go to Maskerem down the

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The first red flag should have been that we were the only ones in the place for almost the entire duration of our meal.

The appetizers were kind of a joke, we got the lentil sambousas. They were two TINY little pockets for $5!
We

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★★★★★

The first red flag should have been that we were the only ones in the place for almost the entire duration of our meal.

The appetizers were kind of a joke, we got the lentil sambousas. They were two TINY little pockets for $5!
We

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Their platter is the best value.

The food was sour and my friends ordered a platter and we shared it with 2 meat dishes which seemed to be like curry dished and we had this with this sour thin crepe like bread

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★★★★☆

Their platter is the best value.

The food was sour and my friends ordered a platter and we shared it with 2 meat dishes which seemed to be like curry dished and we had this with this sour thin crepe like bread

Pros: Very dark

Cons: Nice seating arrangement

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I've been to several ethiopian restaurants in NYC and this is one that i was not happy about. The food itself is a little below average. Service is also Disappointing. Non Ethiopians may think this is great tasting food, but i speak for several ethiopians when i say that the food is mediocre. The place is soo small, the tables are placed soo close. Music is good .

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★★☆☆☆

I've been to several ethiopian restaurants in NYC and this is one that i was not happy about. The food itself is a little below average. Service is also Disappointing. Non Ethiopians may think this is great tasting food, but i speak for several ethiopians when i say that the food is mediocre. The place is soo small, the tables are placed soo close. Music is good .

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This is one of the best finds in New York. It's so fun to eat here with a group of friends so you can sample the most from the delicious menu. They really know how to bring out the flavor of the food in season. I had the dabo my appetizer, which was really good. My main course was the beef , which was good, but wasn't one of the best dishes I've ever had. This place is not to be missed!

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★★★★☆

This is one of the best finds in New York. It's so fun to eat here with a group of friends so you can sample the most from the delicious menu. They really know how to bring out the flavor of the food in season. I had the dabo my appetizer, which was really good. My main course was the beef , which was good, but wasn't one of the best dishes I've ever had. This place is not to be missed!

Pros: food,ambiance

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I love eating at exotic places. Queen of Sheba is the best Ethiopian Restaurant in New York. The spices they use are savory and tasty. I'm a vegitarian and sometimes I like to shake it up. Queen of Sheba really exited my taste buds. The scene is colorful and the music in the background makes you feel like you're somewhere other than New York. They sat me right away and the service was alright. Nice ambiance and 2 seconds away from Time Square. I came right after a play and I will come again. Cheers to Queen of Sheba Ethiopian Restaurant. I'd try the plate with an assortmant of different vegetarian meals like the garbanzo beans and the collard greens! Yummy. The spongy crepe is a little weird at first but goes great with the meal.

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★★★★★

I love eating at exotic places. Queen of Sheba is the best Ethiopian Restaurant in New York. The spices they use are savory and tasty. I'm a vegitarian and sometimes I like to shake it up. Queen of Sheba really exited my taste buds. The scene is colorful and the music in the background makes you feel like you're somewhere other than New York. They sat me right away and the service was alright. Nice ambiance and 2 seconds away from Time Square. I came right after a play and I will come again. Cheers to Queen of Sheba Ethiopian Restaurant. I'd try the plate with an assortmant of different vegetarian meals like the garbanzo beans and the collard greens! Yummy. The spongy crepe is a little weird at first but goes great with the meal.

Pros: Beats boring traditional tasting meals

Cons: None that I can think of

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Far from the subway but worth the wait. I suggest getting the two combo platters to split with a group of four.

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★★★★★

Far from the subway but worth the wait. I suggest getting the two combo platters to split with a group of four.

Pros: Cheap

Cons: Crowded

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I made a reservation for a party of 8 for my birthday. The reservation we made was for 8:30pm. As we were headiing toward the restaurant at 8:15 I had a message from the restaurant that I missed saying that they were giving away our reservation b/c we were late. I called back immediately and said our reservation was for 8:30 but regardless we were 3 blocks away!. However, when I got there, they had already sat the other party and told me it was a 1 hour wait now. They claim someone called that day and changed the reservation to 8pm..and I know that was not true! We left and are never going back to a place with such rude service.

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★☆☆☆☆

I made a reservation for a party of 8 for my birthday. The reservation we made was for 8:30pm. As we were headiing toward the restaurant at 8:15 I had a message from the restaurant that I missed saying that they were giving away our reservation b/c we were late. I called back immediately and said our reservation was for 8:30 but regardless we were 3 blocks away!. However, when I got there, they had already sat the other party and told me it was a 1 hour wait now. They claim someone called that day and changed the reservation to 8pm..and I know that was not true! We left and are never going back to a place with such rude service.

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I ate in here like a month ago and found the food fun to eat by sharing different stews gathered in one plate with your friends and w/o any utensils. I always love trying different type of cuisine and Ethiopian was not in my list yet. Food was good but found it a bit cold. And for the crepe I am not sure if it was supposed to be that strong in vinaigrette flavor but I would have love to have a milder flavor that will not overpower the flavor of the stews. Service was ok, but i think i upset the waitress by cutting her off when she was trying to make a suggestion. And when I asked her about her suggestion again after saying sorry, she didnt care for much at that point. But overall it was still a good experience.

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★★★☆☆

I ate in here like a month ago and found the food fun to eat by sharing different stews gathered in one plate with your friends and w/o any utensils. I always love trying different type of cuisine and Ethiopian was not in my list yet. Food was good but found it a bit cold. And for the crepe I am not sure if it was supposed to be that strong in vinaigrette flavor but I would have love to have a milder flavor that will not overpower the flavor of the stews. Service was ok, but i think i upset the waitress by cutting her off when she was trying to make a suggestion. And when I asked her about her suggestion again after saying sorry, she didnt care for much at that point. But overall it was still a good experience.

Pros: Different type of food. fun to eat

Cons: None

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Fresh, tasty and well-made. The only limitation is the size of the actual restaurant. It's small, so it gets packed quickly. You can end up standing outside.

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★★★★☆

Fresh, tasty and well-made. The only limitation is the size of the actual restaurant. It's small, so it gets packed quickly. You can end up standing outside.

Pros: Great traditional food

Cons: Too small and often too crowded.

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We really enjoy the food, but it seemed that they skimped on the portions tonight. The lentils and greens portion were about 1/3 the size that they normally are (we've been to Queen of Sheba about 5 times altogether).

Still enjoy the food - but maybe they realized that the portions that they were giving previously were too big?

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★★★☆☆

We really enjoy the food, but it seemed that they skimped on the portions tonight. The lentils and greens portion were about 1/3 the size that they normally are (we've been to Queen of Sheba about 5 times altogether).

Still enjoy the food - but maybe they realized that the portions that they were giving previously were too big?

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I am Glad I found this little place and I will be back for more.
This is a Quaint little hide away, the lighting, ambience, and very pleasant staff are more than enough to please even the most finicky customer. (which by the way I am the most finicky customer)

The food was excellent, I sampled a bit of everything since it was my first time there. My Girlfriend and I split a vegitarian platter and a meat platter. Between the two of them They had portions of about 14 items from the menu... so we really got our feet wet, so to speak.
I think I asked our waitress about 30 questions during the meal and she answered them all pleasantly, without even an ounce of attitude. I highly recommend the Queen of Sheeba, it is an excellent choice. A perfect place to set the tone for a romantic evening.

*****Other notes*****
1) You must try the ethiopian coffee, it was amazing.
2) It is very Quiet and romantic, no loud obnoxious music.
3) there is a full bar and a decent wine list, including ethiopian wines and beers.
4) you must read the little story about the queen of sheeba on the back of the menu.

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★★★★★

I am Glad I found this little place and I will be back for more.
This is a Quaint little hide away, the lighting, ambience, and very pleasant staff are more than enough to please even the most finicky customer. (which by the way I am the most finicky customer)

The food was excellent, I sampled a bit of everything since it was my first time there. My Girlfriend and I split a vegitarian platter and a meat platter. Between the two of them They had portions of about 14 items from the menu... so we really got our feet wet, so to speak.
I think I asked our waitress about 30 questions during the meal and she answered them all pleasantly, without even an ounce of attitude. I highly recommend the Queen of Sheeba, it is an excellent choice. A perfect place to set the tone for a romantic evening.

*****Other notes*****
1) You must try the ethiopian coffee, it was amazing.
2) It is very Quiet and romantic, no loud obnoxious music.
3) there is a full bar and a decent wine list, including ethiopian wines and beers.
4) you must read the little story about the queen of sheeba on the back of the menu.

Pros: There are so manythe ambiencethe staff is totally amazing

Cons: Well thier tradition is to eat with thier handsyou pick up the food with the breadusually in a traditional African place they would have a bowl of water in the middle to clean your hands. Here they did not.

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I loved everything about this place-- food, service and presentation. Its just like a piece of North Africa tucked away into a remore corner of NYC. The hostess and waitress were extremely polite and helped us make our food selections. The food itself came in a beautiful arrangement and tasted great. If you dont know what to get, opt for the sampler dish and try yout luck.

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★★★★★

I loved everything about this place-- food, service and presentation. Its just like a piece of North Africa tucked away into a remore corner of NYC. The hostess and waitress were extremely polite and helped us make our food selections. The food itself came in a beautiful arrangement and tasted great. If you dont know what to get, opt for the sampler dish and try yout luck.

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As a native Ethiopian, I think this is one of the best Ethiopian restaurants in NYC. I definitely recommend it. You have to be comfortable eating with your hands, sharing the same plate with your friends and be able to handle spicy food (not as spicy as some thai dishes though). Vegetarian dishes are always good, but if you're a meat eater try the Tibs. The waitresses can advise you too.

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★★★★★

As a native Ethiopian, I think this is one of the best Ethiopian restaurants in NYC. I definitely recommend it. You have to be comfortable eating with your hands, sharing the same plate with your friends and be able to handle spicy food (not as spicy as some thai dishes though). Vegetarian dishes are always good, but if you're a meat eater try the Tibs. The waitresses can advise you too.

Pros: Food, relaxed athmosphere, Honey wine

Cons: service sometimes slow, a bit far out (on 10th avenue)

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I actually though this was a pretty enjoyable restaurant - not the best Ethiopian I've ever had, but very far from the worst. But really I wanted to leave a review because I feel the need to comment on an earlier one: it's one thing to complain about bad service, etc, but if you've never had Ethiopian before, make sure you know what your talking about before you complain about the food. Your entire order is SUPPOSED to come on one plate, it's not supposed to have flatware, and it is supposed to be eaten by using the pancake as a scoop. You don't go into a sushi restaurant and say it's bad because they serve raw fish. Okay, end soapbox. I did really enjoy my meal here and do recommend it.

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★★★★☆

I actually though this was a pretty enjoyable restaurant - not the best Ethiopian I've ever had, but very far from the worst. But really I wanted to leave a review because I feel the need to comment on an earlier one: it's one thing to complain about bad service, etc, but if you've never had Ethiopian before, make sure you know what your talking about before you complain about the food. Your entire order is SUPPOSED to come on one plate, it's not supposed to have flatware, and it is supposed to be eaten by using the pancake as a scoop. You don't go into a sushi restaurant and say it's bad because they serve raw fish. Okay, end soapbox. I did really enjoy my meal here and do recommend it.

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This was my first time having Ethiopian food, so I don't know how the restaurant holds up as compared to the real deal, but once was enough for me. Most of the food has a vinegary flavor (I think because of the injera). The lamb was tasty, but all the vinegary stuff going on around it was...different.

The restaurant was small-ish, but very cute. I can't say that the waitress was overly attentive, but she wasn't horrible either. I did find it surprising that, at a restaurant where you eat w/your hands, we were not offered wet naps (at the least). I'd recommend going just to try something new, since it's not particularly pricey.

I LOVED the Ethiopian wine (we tried the one from Axum and ended up ordering two bottles). It was so delicious that I'm on a hunt to purchase a bottle for my personal stash...

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★★★☆☆

This was my first time having Ethiopian food, so I don't know how the restaurant holds up as compared to the real deal, but once was enough for me. Most of the food has a vinegary flavor (I think because of the injera). The lamb was tasty, but all the vinegary stuff going on around it was...different.

The restaurant was small-ish, but very cute. I can't say that the waitress was overly attentive, but she wasn't horrible either. I did find it surprising that, at a restaurant where you eat w/your hands, we were not offered wet naps (at the least). I'd recommend going just to try something new, since it's not particularly pricey.

I LOVED the Ethiopian wine (we tried the one from Axum and ended up ordering two bottles). It was so delicious that I'm on a hunt to purchase a bottle for my personal stash...

Pros: Ethiopian wine, cozy and cute spot, something different

Cons: nothing to clean hand, vinegary flavor

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I can honestly say that I love all kinds of food, thai, italian, different african cuisines etc, however Queen of Sheba had to have the worst food I have ever tasted. My best friend and I had the Dodo wat heres was the less spicy and because I love spicy food mine was the hot, the food was tasteless, lacked flavor and the chicken that was in the entrees seemed like scrap. We saw others eating what looked like chicken breast which I guess is what we should have had but the food was just bland and down right awful.

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★☆☆☆☆

I can honestly say that I love all kinds of food, thai, italian, different african cuisines etc, however Queen of Sheba had to have the worst food I have ever tasted. My best friend and I had the Dodo wat heres was the less spicy and because I love spicy food mine was the hot, the food was tasteless, lacked flavor and the chicken that was in the entrees seemed like scrap. We saw others eating what looked like chicken breast which I guess is what we should have had but the food was just bland and down right awful.

Pros: Ambiance

Cons: Food

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I love trying new foods. The more "exotic" the better. However when I am trying something completely foreign to me, it is essential that my server be at least remotely friendly and helpful. NOT the case here. When we would ask a question we were luckly if we got a one word answer. We felt very out of place. When our food came, even though we ordered completely different dishes, it all came on one plate. No clue what was what it just looked like different colored mush in glops around the tray. Meat in the middle. No silverware. We assumed from watching other diners the "bread" was to be used as a scoop. And the gloppy mush was completely tasteless.

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★☆☆☆☆

I love trying new foods. The more "exotic" the better. However when I am trying something completely foreign to me, it is essential that my server be at least remotely friendly and helpful. NOT the case here. When we would ask a question we were luckly if we got a one word answer. We felt very out of place. When our food came, even though we ordered completely different dishes, it all came on one plate. No clue what was what it just looked like different colored mush in glops around the tray. Meat in the middle. No silverware. We assumed from watching other diners the "bread" was to be used as a scoop. And the gloppy mush was completely tasteless.

Pros: cool atmosphere

Cons: service, food

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The food is so delicious. So many spices, so flavorful, and unforgettable. I love Ethiopian food and I think Queen of Sheba is the best Ethiopian restaurant in the city. The restaurant is small but cozy. The food is excellent. For you meat lovers, I recommend the Doro Tips (chicken) and the Gomen Besiga (beef). For you vegetarians, all of the vegetarian dishes are excellent. Be prepared to get your hands messy!

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★★★★★

The food is so delicious. So many spices, so flavorful, and unforgettable. I love Ethiopian food and I think Queen of Sheba is the best Ethiopian restaurant in the city. The restaurant is small but cozy. The food is excellent. For you meat lovers, I recommend the Doro Tips (chicken) and the Gomen Besiga (beef). For you vegetarians, all of the vegetarian dishes are excellent. Be prepared to get your hands messy!

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The flavors are subtle, not like what you'd find at other Ethiopian places in the city. The injera has a wonderful flavor. And they can accomodate to your tastes. I love food to be a bit spicy, and they accomodated. I highly recommend Queen of Sheba. I live in the neighborhood and I've tried several Ethiopian restaurants in Manhattan, this one is one of the best. Definitely worth the trek to Tenth Ave.

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★★★★★

The flavors are subtle, not like what you'd find at other Ethiopian places in the city. The injera has a wonderful flavor. And they can accomodate to your tastes. I love food to be a bit spicy, and they accomodated. I highly recommend Queen of Sheba. I live in the neighborhood and I've tried several Ethiopian restaurants in Manhattan, this one is one of the best. Definitely worth the trek to Tenth Ave.

Pros: inexpensive, wonderful food

Cons: decor could be better

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The food was quite delicious, and the ambience was authetic--baskets as table-tops. I loved the vegetarian options, the lentils & pureed chick peas, and my boyfriend liked the lamb. Plan to order a lot of food because the portions are slightly below average size. The buckwheat bread is wonderful and they give you plenty. The Euthopian beer is good and worth a try. The bathrooms are clean, but I did see what looked to be a cockroach in the dining area.

2
★★★★☆

The food was quite delicious, and the ambience was authetic--baskets as table-tops. I loved the vegetarian options, the lentils & pureed chick peas, and my boyfriend liked the lamb. Plan to order a lot of food because the portions are slightly below average size. The buckwheat bread is wonderful and they give you plenty. The Euthopian beer is good and worth a try. The bathrooms are clean, but I did see what looked to be a cockroach in the dining area.

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We already knew we loved Ethiopian cuisine and were delighted with everything about this restaurant. We chose to sit at a "mesob" (Ethiopian Basket Table). Although the chairs were not the most comfortable, it was so much less boring than the standard tables (which looked very nice, too). The basket tables are now in the rear of the restaurant and are perfect for two people. 2 of us shared the meat and vegetarian "samplers" and both were served together on the same large tray which perfectly fit into our basket table. Every bite was wonderful, but the green beans were truly fabulous. Our food was served promptly and hot (we were there at 6 PM on a Saturday). The servers were very friendly and dressed in beautiful white cotton costumes (native to Ethiopia I assume). I would return in a minute if I only lived in NYC.

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★★★★★

We already knew we loved Ethiopian cuisine and were delighted with everything about this restaurant. We chose to sit at a "mesob" (Ethiopian Basket Table). Although the chairs were not the most comfortable, it was so much less boring than the standard tables (which looked very nice, too). The basket tables are now in the rear of the restaurant and are perfect for two people. 2 of us shared the meat and vegetarian "samplers" and both were served together on the same large tray which perfectly fit into our basket table. Every bite was wonderful, but the green beans were truly fabulous. Our food was served promptly and hot (we were there at 6 PM on a Saturday). The servers were very friendly and dressed in beautiful white cotton costumes (native to Ethiopia I assume). I would return in a minute if I only lived in NYC.

Pros: Food, Ambience, Service

Cons: Limited Wine List

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The food here is delicious and very reasonably priced. I had never tried Ethiopian food before, but it is so good that I now consider myself an addict. I very much recommend try the uncooked beef. It sounds a little scary, but it tastes fantastic. I would not recommend this place to anyone who does not like spicey food.

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★★★★☆

The food here is delicious and very reasonably priced. I had never tried Ethiopian food before, but it is so good that I now consider myself an addict. I very much recommend try the uncooked beef. It sounds a little scary, but it tastes fantastic. I would not recommend this place to anyone who does not like spicey food.

Pros: Food, Price

Cons: service

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Good food, pleasant wait staff, and a warm and inviting environment all at a reasonable price. A good bet for Ethiopian food.

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★★★★☆

Good food, pleasant wait staff, and a warm and inviting environment all at a reasonable price. A good bet for Ethiopian food.

Pros: food, service, cost

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If you've never tried Ethiopian food before, this is THE place in NYC to do it. The menu is great and, when you look at the amount of food you gett, the value is fantastic. The owner is very friendly and an Ethiopian native who is happy to make the rounds to make sure that everyone isi doing well. For good Ethiopian food in NYC, Queen of Sheba can't be beat.

2
★★★★★

If you've never tried Ethiopian food before, this is THE place in NYC to do it. The menu is great and, when you look at the amount of food you gett, the value is fantastic. The owner is very friendly and an Ethiopian native who is happy to make the rounds to make sure that everyone isi doing well. For good Ethiopian food in NYC, Queen of Sheba can't be beat.

Pros: Food, Service, Value

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This is a wonderful little restaurant off the beaten track. The food is delicious and fresh and the atmosphere is relaxed. A cozy little place to get away from the stress of the city.

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★★★★★

This is a wonderful little restaurant off the beaten track. The food is delicious and fresh and the atmosphere is relaxed. A cozy little place to get away from the stress of the city.

Pros: Great food, Relaxed atmosphere, Cheap

Cons: Location

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9 Years ago I ate Ethiopian food and thought it was the worst thing you could put in your stomach...I have been proven wrong after eating at Queen of Sheba. The food was fresh, well spiced, and delicious...I'd go back time and time again. The Jazz band on Thursdays is a great touch and the ambiance is very cool as well...This is a keeper.

2
★★★★★

9 Years ago I ate Ethiopian food and thought it was the worst thing you could put in your stomach...I have been proven wrong after eating at Queen of Sheba. The food was fresh, well spiced, and delicious...I'd go back time and time again. The Jazz band on Thursdays is a great touch and the ambiance is very cool as well...This is a keeper.

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Cold food? It's probably supposed to be that way. Queen of Sheba has earned its spot as my favorite Ethiopian restaurant in the city, on the merit of it's consistant excellence. Excellent kategna, authentic ingredients, and great atmosphere- it is sleek and romantic, but familial and welcoming as well. The food is truly spectacular (both the cold and hot dishes), the spices are a delight, and well worth the trip to 10th Avenue. Eat here. It's wonderful.

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★★★★★

Cold food? It's probably supposed to be that way. Queen of Sheba has earned its spot as my favorite Ethiopian restaurant in the city, on the merit of it's consistant excellence. Excellent kategna, authentic ingredients, and great atmosphere- it is sleek and romantic, but familial and welcoming as well. The food is truly spectacular (both the cold and hot dishes), the spices are a delight, and well worth the trip to 10th Avenue. Eat here. It's wonderful.

Pros: Great taste,authentic, Helpful Staff, Good for beginners, 2

Cons: Only 1 water pitcher?

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The service and ambience were very good. The food was cold and I have eaten better Ethiopian food at another restaurant. If you want to eat good Ethiopian food, I would try another place. (Maybe, it was an off night.)

1
★★★☆☆

The service and ambience were very good. The food was cold and I have eaten better Ethiopian food at another restaurant. If you want to eat good Ethiopian food, I would try another place. (Maybe, it was an off night.)

Cons: cold food

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Cozy little restaurant with nice atmosphere and very friendly service. We didn't have reservations and had to wait for maybe 40 min. The managers compensated by giving us free appetizer. Delish food to a good price. I am definitely coming back to this place!

2
★★★★★

Cozy little restaurant with nice atmosphere and very friendly service. We didn't have reservations and had to wait for maybe 40 min. The managers compensated by giving us free appetizer. Delish food to a good price. I am definitely coming back to this place!

Pros: Inexpensive, Wonderful food, Terrific atmosphere

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Eat at the traditional African "Basket Tables" for a different experience. The overall atmosphere is great. There was even some cool live music starting up as we left.

The Food was GREAT! However, be warned...2 entrees and an appetizer was way too much food for 2 people.

Had a great dinner!

2
★★★★★

Eat at the traditional African "Basket Tables" for a different experience. The overall atmosphere is great. There was even some cool live music starting up as we left.

The Food was GREAT! However, be warned...2 entrees and an appetizer was way too much food for 2 people.

Had a great dinner!

Pros: Atmosphere, Food, Price

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After living so close to the plethora of Ethiopian around Columbia I was in serious withdrawal until Queen of Sheba opened. Much better than Meskerem even though I think they have the same owner.

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★★★★★

After living so close to the plethora of Ethiopian around Columbia I was in serious withdrawal until Queen of Sheba opened. Much better than Meskerem even though I think they have the same owner.

Pros: Food

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great food, delicious wine, and lovely service.
highly recommended - would dine again

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★★★★★

great food, delicious wine, and lovely service.
highly recommended - would dine again

Pros: inexpensive, tasty

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This Hell's Kitchen eatery presents exotic cuisine amid stark African artwork. Guests can opt for a traditional Ethiopian table made of brightly colored woven straw (imagine eating on an inverted sombrero), while two short wooden tables…

 

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