It is our goal to promote understanding and harmony between and among Ethiopians and members of the wider Georgia community by facilitating communication regarding the histories, backgrounds, languages and cultures of the respective communities. Dessert blueberry cobbler very doughy and undercooked. When you come, remember to plan time for a nap afterward. My friend and I split an appetizer of the fit fit and it was delicious and had bold seasoning. It was so bad I lost my appetite. The manager asked if we wanted a free round of drinks only two of us but seemed not at all interested. We understand your email address is private.
My husband and I both got the filet. To say disappointed in the experience would be an understatement. I finally went for a sitdown with my husband which was a great disappointment. My Ethiopian coworker said she prefers the method of the food preparation and seasonings at Bahel over Desta. The steak arrived medium rare at best. Two of the top ones include the Marquis de Lafayette once delivered a speech here and the , built in 1820. I feel they got the order wrong and didn't want to remake it.
Now my wife's steak came out perfect, mine was about 15 degrees under cooked at least it wasn't over cooked and the chicken was dry. I went with a group of four and we ordered the vegetarian combo along with the chicken wat and beef tibs. Service at lunch was a little slow and our server was friendly but stretched as she was serving patrons indoors and on the small patio. Dine on modern Southern fare at. They again, took a long time to bring the food out. With Desta being across the street, I was loyal to them, but the extra seasonings that Bahel puts in the food has stolen me away! Desiring Ethiopian food for date night, we stumbled upon Bahel, after another restaurant had a long wait. I ended up with a large plate to share with my husband.
When we received our meal my steak was Luke warm and the quality of steak did not reflect the price, nor did the texture of the steak compare to a true aged steak that these were supposed to be. There was a large table of six right beside that was so loud, my date and I could not even hear eat other talk. The restaurant was rather small, but had enough tables. The Food: So, there were two different meals I wanted. Founded in 1733 by Gen. The server recommended that I put awaze sauce on my chicken.
The food is amazing, nicely portioned,affordable, and the service is nice too! Savannah is known for its 22 public squares. Amir was one of the finest servers we had the pleasure of in 2018. We also have two full service bars, with one being a very cozy high end whiskey bar located on our second floor. With some tweaking it could be a really good place. We both then ordered the vegetarian platters.
Now that just seems weird to me why have a side of kitfo with kifo??? This is due to the fact that the injera is quite filling and they will refill you on the bread if you ask for it. The veggie platter is super tiny and weak compared to desta and just a overall disappointment. My favorite was the chicken wat because the stew was extremely flavorful and full of spice. I can bring you some on a plate. We basically split both and they were very good! Was so excited to try this place since I've heard such great things.
For traditional dishes she-crab soup, pecan-crusted chicken , try The Olde Pink House, a must on any list of things to do in Savannah, Ga. Entrees cold and plated poorly. The vibe of the place was off as well. I've been going here for over 2 years and it never disappoints. We literally walked up to the counter to ask for more Injera and water and then walked back up to ask for a box and our check. We have several private room options, one which includes a separate roof-top terrace. Unfortunately we were not made aware that there was a limited menu for the evening.
But really, an excellent steak! They won't rush you out of the restaurant, so when you are ready for the bill, just ask and they will bring it right away! I ordered the lamb tibs and my cousins ordered the fish tibs. It was satisfying and filling too! Not as spicy as I thought they would be, although I love spicy. Isaiah Davenport was a local master builder who created the Federal-style masterpiece as a home for his family and an advertisement for his building skills. I had to ask the bus boy if someone could bring us some bread that I saw was in other tables but not ours. Beautiful building and friendly staff.