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Queen of Sheba
Ethiopian Restaurant$$
Today 11:30AM–12AM
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650 10th Ave New York, NY 10036
650 10th AvenueUSNew YorkNew York10036
$$Ethiopian Restaurant, Vegetarian Restaurant
Ethiopian Restaurant
Vegetarian Restaurant
Today 11:30AM–12AM
Saturday 11:30AM–12AMSunday 11:30AM–11PMMonday 11:30AM–11PMTuesday 11:30AM–11PMWednesday 11:30AM–11PMThursday 11:30AM–11PMFriday 11:30AM–12AM
Located on the corner of 10 Avenue and 46th Street in Midtown Manhattan just a few blocks away from heart of the city 'Time Square'. Queen of Sheba is simply perfect for sharing an Ethiopian tradition
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Spicy stews made from family recipes & eaten by hand with flat bread are served amid African decor.- Google
"Love the appetizer 'Azifa' (Green Lentil Salad) which also comes with Injera."
"Very small intimate quaint Ethiopian restaurant with bar and Ethiopian beer."
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Fabio Mattioli
a month ago
Queen of Sheba is one of the best and most authentic Ethiopian Restaurants. The service is good, and the honey wine is great. But their signature dish is the lamb's special -- if you go there before 10pm it will be a fresh, crispy, plate of incredibly marinates cubes of lamb, barbecued to perfection. I've been there after that time, and I've found it less exciting. I also suggest the combo platter: it's plenty for two or three people, and you get to try various delicious meats and vegetables. It's spicy, of course, but that's what the honey wine is for!
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Chris Welty
2 months ago
The food here is quite good, though I'm no judge of quality compared to other Ethiopian places. There are traditional tables where they lay the bread (injira) down on top of it and you just eat whatever you ordered off it. There are regular tables as well as a bar. The service can be variable, however, there are a few waitresses who are super friendly and a few that don't seem to want to be there.
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Monica Fogg
4 months ago
Of the two Ethiopian restaurants within two blocks of each other, this one serves up the superior experience. Festive ambience, great food, and full bar menu. Service can be unexpectedly slow, but this is a slow-meal experience, so I guess it's part of the charm. One star shy of the full 5 for the tight seating arrangement.
Laurie Becht
11 months ago
Spent 23 days in Ethiopia in January and loved the food, so I was excited to go here based on the reviews. I have to say I was disappointed. Not anywhere near as good as what I had in Ethiopia. All the food had a very strong taste which was vinegary?? which I did not experience while in Eth. Service was fine, just very slow, especially from the bar. Not a big deal though. Maybe I'll have to start trying to cook my own.....
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Clement Chan
in the last week
Tucked away in Hell's Kitchen, this Ethiopian restaurant has a small intimate space and traditional seats. It was a little too pricey to my liking, but they did serve up a sumptuous Sheba Vegetarian (a combo sampler) served on an injera bread, and our Zilzil Tibs (beef marinated in awaze) was similarly tasty. It did take a surprising 45 minutes for our food to surface from the kitchen, though we were busy chatting away and we didn't mind the wait too much.
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Indradeep Biswas
a month ago
Cozy decor, and reasonably good food. They also have more traditional Ethiopian seating. The service however is very slow, and the place seems understaffed. The cocktails are sweeter than they ought to be... I'd stay away from them.
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Jacob Devine
5 months ago
I loved the ambiance of this place and the food was wonderful. Highly recommend.
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Aravind Senguttuvan
6 months ago
Injras with lamb gravy were a treat. May be my insatiable hunger is to blame but the lamb gravy was comparatively less in quantity. Will definitely judge the quantity the next time I go there. Also, carry cash with you to pay. ;)