Saturday, September 1

Food: Addis Click for more info

Addis is a nice tidy joint, a five minute walk from King's Cross Station. The food is Ethiopian in origin, and served on injera, a pancake like bread, and in that eat-from-the-same-plate communal thing you may have heard about being offered in other places.

The main dishes themselves were nice, although I don't think I'm much of a injera fan - the lemon taste becomes a little too overbearing after a few bites. Still I manged to leave Addis stuffed to the brim.

The bill came to a fair £7.50 per head (including the injera but not a drink), but it is an acquired taste. Worth checking out if you know what you're in for.


  1. Isn't the bread normally a little fermented?

  2. I thought that all leavened bread was fermented.

    As for injera's lemony taste, I love the taste of all sourdough breads.

  3. nice post frnd i like artical thanks for the artical