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A reconfigured strip joint (no joke), Dahlak exudes the air of a private club: a bit cliquey, a bit hidden, set back...
Yumdelicious Eritrean cuisine.
My wife and I ate here with a Groupon deal, and while it's admittedly not the most attractive location, the vegetarian selections were the best that my wife and I have had out of the half-dozen or so Ethiopian/Eritrean restaurants in Seattle. We will definitely be returning.
However, my concern was thrown out of the window when we received our food! I had Ethiopian food before and really...
A reconfigured strip joint (no joke), Dahlak exudes the air of a private club: a bit cliquey, a bit hidden, set back from the street. The perfumed room, often hazy with the smell of frankincense burned during the traditional Eritrean coffee ceremony, is awash in spice. So are dishes like zegni beghie, lamb stewed with berbere, a brick-colored blend of chiles and spices that smolders and flares...
Dahlak Eritrean Cuisine is a Ethiopian, Eritrean, and African restaurant where most Menuism users came for fun with friends, paid between $10 and $25, and tipped more than 18%.
Call ahead and place your order so that when you arrive about twenty minutes later, you won't have long to wait for your meal.
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