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Queen Sheba Ethiopian Restaurant is an Ethiopian Restaurant that offers authentic, premium quality dishes, with special attention to vegetarians, vegans, health-conscious, and adventurous customers.

Our menu options cater to vegetarians, vegans and meat lovers alike at reasonable prices. Our dishes are freshly prepared from quality spices imported from Ethiopia and locally sourced naturally grown ingredients, raised and grown without pesticides or antibiotics. We aim to introduce Ethiopian food to the broader public like other mainstream food that anyone can come in and eat at any time.

– Owner’s description


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4.4
392 reviews
  • Yoshin Chetty
    Yoshin Chetty
    2 months ago

    Amazing food. A real unique experience. The owner was very friendly and answered all our questions. Got the mixed veg and meal plate.

  • Neo Matee
    Neo Matee
    4 months ago

    Took my husband here for his birthday and he LOVED it. Wanted a unique dining and cultural experience, African food... Very tasty food and the host extremely welcoming. We will definitely be making a return ☺️

  • Jo-Ann Brits
    Jo-Ann Brits
    a year ago

    Amazing hidden gem in Norwood, from the outside you would not expect to walk into such a spacious space. Service is good, very clean place. Beautiful bar. Extremely affordable. The food taste but a little bit of spicy would be great. I am def coming back again.

  • Fedra Santos
    Fedra Santos
    a year ago

    Me and my family had a lovely time in this restaurant. The food is authentic, delicious and healthy. The coffee was amazing. And the owner very welcoming and takes his time to explain every dish we definitely will come back :)

  • Wybrand Ganzevoort

    This was such a unique experience. As a grouo of friends this was a lovely evening out enjoyed by both the adults and kids. We ordered a platter for the table which was brought on one plate with lamb, chicken and various vegetables. The kids had such a fun time eating with their hands and it was a wonderful communal experience. Unfortunately the restaurant was out of both Ethiopian beer and wine, but they served freshly roasted Ethiopian coffee that was served expresso style which went down really well with the sweet popcorn. Take note that cars are parked in the road which could be a bit of a security risk. Unfortunately there were no car guards to assist. The staff were really friendly and showed us how they went about roasting the coffee as well as explaining the various dishes.

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Opening Hours

  • Monday 12:30 PM - 11:00 PM
  • Tuesday 12:30 PM - 11:00 AM
  • Wednesday 12:30 PM - 11:00 AM
  • Thursday 12:30 PM - 11:00 AM
  • Friday 11:00 AM - 11:00 PM
  • Saturday 11:00 AM - 11:00 PM
  • Sunday 11:00 AM - 11:00 PM