Very warm atmosphere and super friendly people. The food was really awesome. And very good portions. Happy to engage this authentic taste full fingers in. Filled our stomachs royally.To my surprise, there is buffet with 80% vegan options. And they were very accommodating which made it feel like home.We also completed the meal with the Ethopian Coffee. Definitely, saving this location whenever we pass through again.Big thank you! More...
This was excellent. This was me and my husbands first time trying this restaurant. The food was so delicious. My husband is very selective with what he eats and he absolutely enjoyed the meal. They had a buffet which allowed us to first try a little of everything vegan and it all was very good. We will definitely go back. More...
Staff is amazing, Food is second to none. Amazing experience.
I got the 5 item veggie combination and my boyfriend got the lamb tibs for dinner. All the food was AMAZING! Everything was seasoned well and went together well. Our server (whose name I can't remember) was extremely friendly and he answered all of our questions and gave recommendations. I definitely consider this a hidden gem of Greensboro More...
Greatly enjoy the food at the Ethiopian restaurant. The injera bread is one of the best I have tasted! The. Veggie combinations allow you to taste a variety of items. All tasted great and looking forward to returning. More...
The food was delicious and the service was great! This was our first time and I would definitely go back!
Wow! My first taste of Ethiopian food. Great spot. Had the vegan lunch with potatoes. So good.
1st time here and the food is great. I will definitely be a returning customer
Taste of Ethiopia is so delicious! I like going for the buffet and getting to try a little bit of everything. Everything I’ve eaten here has been amazing and the service is great, everyone is so sweet. I live in Winston Salem and don’t get to Greensboro often but when I do, Taste of Ethiopia is always my first pick. They need support and I will be so sad if I don’t get to experience their amazing dishes anymore, highly recommend!! More...
I love it. The food is awesome. And its Vegan friendly.
The food was tasty and authentic for sure! We really enjoyed the fresh injera and 5 vegetable tray. They were a bit confused about our order and the coffee could have been hotter but overall it was a great experience.
The food the food the food! Everything was very tasty. I would come here more often if I lived closer. Yum!!
Food was excellent and will be going back Gain.
The food is great and the service is friendly!
Lots of delicious vegan options! This is my second time here and both times I've eaten so much I could barely move because the food was so good!
One of my favorite restaurants!
Very nice staff and quick service! Injera was fantastic!
First time trying Ethiopian food I didn't cook myself following a sketchy random recipe from the internet. The food was excellent. We sampled six vegan entrées and a cheese side dish, and we couldn't have been more pleased. The flavors were bold, but not aggressive. Simple cabbage and carrots, potatoes or collard greens have never been so flavorful, in my experience. Definitely going back! More...
Great food. Definitely support this restaurant!!
Always loved the food here! Good recommendations for new comers are the amazing Yebeg tibs(lamb). Also if you like more of a spicy food, try the Kay sega wott! The food isn’t speedy quick but nothing homemade should come out in 5 minutes!! Give it a try! More...
Delicious food and friendly service. What a great find! Even my two young (and sometimes picky) boys enjoyed themselves!
Good place to have decent Ethiopian food in Greensboro.
Really nice and fresh food . Really like to come here.
Absolutely incredible food. The ingera is fantastic and the lam I had was cooked perfectly.
Awesome and very authentic foods. Well prepared and tastes amazing.
Delicious food and nice people!
The food is amazing healthy real traditional Ethiopian food
Loved the food
Food was excellent.. a Greensboro nicely kept secret
This is not just the only Ethiopian Restaurant in Greensboro but also one of the best restaurants I have had the pleasure of experiencing. The owner and staff are always exceptionally friendly and always have the food prepared perfectly every time. It almost makes it hard to decide from the buffet sometimes or just calling in for an order when you're never disappointed either way! Love the authenticity of the food and the restaurant itself also is rich in Ethiopian culture. I will definitely continue to bring family, friends and recommend a Taste of Ethiopia to others! More...
This place has Amazing food. It's a small little place, but don't judge the building, or think the food will lack in taste. The food is so good. It's flavored just right. There are so many choices to try. The waiter guy was extremely nice and helpful. I would recommend this place to anyone who loves good food and a quiet experience. More...
Mrs. Pop! Tech
Awesome food and service! The lunch buffet is the best option for fast service (and pleasing your mid-day tummy growls), but I highly recommend visiting anytime to try the variety of dishes that will satisfy your hunger and any food centric palate.
I had the absolute dandiest of times here. Decor is superb!
I never had Ethiopian food before but, I was blown away by the various use of fresh ingredients and the combination of flavors. This is a must go to restaurant.
When you first walk in, it doesn’t look like a traditional restaurant but don’t be alarm, the food is great! It was pretty quiet when I went with my husband but the service wasn’t bad. My favorite thing wasn’t the food though... it was the coffee! The coffee is amazing! You won’t regret having a cup or 6 haha. I’ll definitely be back, especially for the coffee! More...
If you're looking for fast food, or corporate cooking don't come here. If you're looking for authentic cooking, a relaxing atmosphere (not a TV in the place thank goodness) and friendly service, come here. Be prepared to actually spend time enjoying your meal and not woofing it down. Is the service speedy? No. Is the food good? Yes. Are the prices fair? Absolutely! Give it a try, the lentils are fabulous BTW. More...
The Owner is the cook, which makes it THAT MUCH BETTER! I love to see a small privately owned business with an authentic presence. We must appreciate culture like this and enjoy the deliciousness he shares with us! More...
Food was good. Good service.
Lunch buffet was tasty. Vegan, vegetarian and omnivore options. Ethiopian hot tea is unique and good
We really enjoyed Taste of Ethiopia. The service was very friendly, the food was delicious and the prices fair. The atmosphere/decor is bare but warm. We'll definitely be back, and are grateful Greensboro has Ethiopian food! More...
Food is good but fairly pricey. Not as good a value as it was a couple years ago.
We went for the lunch buffet and it was excellent. Planning next visit for dinner.
Good food. No frills.
Yummmmmm love having an Ethiopian place in the area. Their food is great and it's usually quiet in there. If you're unfamiliar with the food I'd recommend going during the lunch buffet for a cheap way to try a variety of their main dishes. Make sure you use the injera to eat with your hands, it's the best part. Awesome spot for a fun date. More...
Jessica W. Smith
Great experience here last night. Got the vegetarian platter for 2. Very tasty. Great, attentive service from the staff. It's not easy to spot from the road, so spread the word! More...
Great food and family owned. I would recommend anyone to try it.
Eun-Kyung Anna Kim
Awesome and healthy food and very friendly service
The food is absolutely delicious!
Be prepared for authentic, delicious and true
Great food and great service. Loved the combo platter.
Great food! We moved from Charlotte and have had less than great experiences when it comes to restaurants in the area. However, we decided to check this place out and are glad we did! Food was great and the staff were friendly. My wife is a coffee junkie and loved the coffee here. Great experience and great food! Thanks! More...
I absolutely love this restaurant! We always go for the buffet and there is always a good variety and selection. My favorite is the goat and the bread is always amazing. We are regulars so when we dine there we are always greeted and made to feel welcome. If you are new to Ethiopian food I would suggest you visit when they have the buffet so you can try a bit of everything. If you are looking for something different please give them a try. More...
Very tasty buffet, delicious coffee
Service was great. Food was amazing! I’m not sure what that other review about bland flavor was about because my taste buds loved every bite and I’m a soul food lover, plus I’m southern. The baklava was warm and toasty, by far the best I’ve had in the triad. Perfectly vegetarian friendly. I will DEFINITELY be going back soon More...
Food is to die for! Plenty of options for everyone—there’s beef, vegetarian options, vegan options. The best collard greens I’ve had in a long time and everything is perfectly seasoned. Prices are amazing, servers were very friendly and attentive. I’ll definitely be coming back! More...
Great authentic food
Food was good and the service was friendly, however I wish there had been options for spiciness, my meal could have used some more heat!
I fully recommend going here to get a true Ethiopian experience. It's worth it
Love the food, service is OK.
First time trying this type of food. Got the sampler platter for two and liked everything on it, especially the beef stew and lentils. It was fun eating everything with my hands! More...
Delicious... The staff and chef are very nice and the food is amazing! Who doesn't like to eat with their hands!
Delicious buffet! A very good introduction to Ethiopian food. Cozy atmosphere, a nice place to escape and laugh with friends!
Very nice and quiet place with awesome food.
Despite Greensboro’s considerable culinary diversity, area residents in search of Ethiopian have had no recourse but to trek out to the Triangle until now. For that reason alone, Taste of Ethiopia is a welcome addition. But make no mistake: this new restaurant’s appeal extends far beyond novelty.For the uninitiated, Ethiopian cuisine can be daunting. Instead of using silverware, diners are given rolls of spongy injera bread to sop up meats, vegetables, and sauces. Get beyond that, however, and you’re likely to encounter some similarities to certain types of Indian cooking: both are sauce and seasoning heavy and feature lentils prominently.Having had – and enjoyed – Ethiopian once before, I found that a Taste of Ethiopia did not disappoint but did offer a few quirks and surprises. My companion and I split a $30 dinner combination for two that included lamb tibs (cubed, spiced, and sautéed), beef wot (cubed, sauced, and marinated), and doro wot (marinated and sautéed chicken legs) as well as several vegetable (lentils, peas, collards, etc.) offerings. All of the dishes were well-seasoned though not as spicy as expected. The lamb, beef, and yellow peas were standouts; the chicken was succulent, but not something I would order on its own. The accompanying injera was also served lukewarm, a strange decision until you realize that hungry patrons may not relish waiting for their edible silverware to cool.A family-owned establishment, Taste of Ethiopia offers an atmosphere that is bright, clean, and (occasionally distracting music aside) quiet and a staff that is friendly, attentive, and unfailingly polite. Portions are generous for the pricetag: entrees run from $10.50 for vegetarian dishes up to $13 for lamb, and our combination dinner could have easily fed one more.If there is one drawback to eating Ethiopian (here or elsewhere) it is that it can take some time to get through a meal. But if the craving for something different strikes you and your hunger does not overwhelm your patience, Taste of Ethiopia certainly merits your consideration. More...
The food was great.
Nice variety on the buffet. Loved the lamb especially and the red lentils.
Friendly staff and unique, delicious food. Great lunchtime buffet.
The food is amazing! Staff are incredibly friendly. Lunch buffet every day and extensive dinner menu. Everything I've eaten here has been delicious.
I got the lunch buffet. Everything was amazing! It was my first time having Ethipoian food and I was very satisfied. I had lentils, stewed potatoes, cabbage, and stewed lamb, all over their bread called injera. Very vegan/vegetarian friendly. Check it out! More...
This place is awesome! Authentic and delicious Ethiopian food with a fun atmosphere, clean dining area, and excellent service. Definitely recommend
So beautiful and cozy I love all the spices in the food and everything in between and an A+ for the mango juice.
My beautiful Granddaughter works there as a waitress!
This food is incredible. So many delicious vegan options! The staff is always so nice and the restaurant itself is clean and well maintained. It's tucked away and has a quieter atmosphere which makes for a lovely calm place to enjoy a meal. More...
Unique and healthy food
Delicious all around!!!
just the taste im looking for everything is so plentiful and fresh...i like it spicy!!!
Food is amazing and the place is authentic. I love trying international food and this place is as real as it gets. I recommend trying it.
This gem is a little hole in the wall. The interior is not fancy. But the food is solid. We ordered a combination platter for two, and it was more than we could eat. It was a great introduction to Ethiopian food, since this was the first time we had ever had it. The food was great. The staff was really helpful and attentive. We plan to be back. More...
I’ve eaten at Taste of Ethiopia several times. The food and service have always been great. Yesterday, I tried the buffet (Fri/Sat) for the first time. It was wonderful. I recommend it as the perfect way to try Ethiopian cuisine if it’s new to you. If you’ve eaten Ethiopian before, this might be the best you’ve ever had. More...
Taste of Ethiopia is really wonderful! The food is great, and has a really interesting flavor palette. We have taken family and friends here and have never been disappointed. A bit of coffee after the meal is a must! More...
All you can eat is on Friday and is absolutely delicious.
Lunch approximately $8.50 for two item with lo mein and a drink. Noodles tasted not so great to me, chicken and sweet sour pork wasn't too bad. I have been here about 5 times. Very filling and has a variety to choose from. Arrive early because when lunch time ends at 2:30 the food looks like it has sat around for too long More...
Everything was exceptional from the service to the food. We enjoyed the vegetarian options. The ethiopian coffee is a must! It pairs perfectly with the baklava. More...
Excellent as always!
This was our first time coming to Taste of Ethiopia and chose the buffet. Splendid! Everything was exceptional and this is my go to from now on!
If you live anywhere close to Greensboro and haven't eaten @ Taste of Ethiopia you're missing out big time! Best lunch buffet in town, hands down.
The food here was great!! I got the vegetable plate. It was full of flavor and filling. I will absolutely be back!
Amazing, quiet, tucked away, lesser traveled place that deserves more attention
Samantha A Cole
It was nice and pleasant very quiet and laid bak and the food was great...
I am Returned Peace Corps Volunteer from Ethiopia. I have eaten alot of enjera in my life. The food here is fresh and delicious. I was also pleasantly surprised by the lunch buffet price. It's one of the best value for Ethiopian I have had in the States. More...
Great atmosphere! Great food !The staff are very professional and friendly We have had Ethiopian food all over the states from San Francisco to Baltimore to AtlantaA Taste of Ethiopia is our favorite , they bring the flavors together for a very good dining experience, it's why we have been back time and again....they just need to be mindful of the summer months and an inside temperature of 80 degrees is not a pleasent dining atmosphere ....But we will come back again and again.... More...
Delicious and authentic! Odd decor inside but amazing food! Eat with your fingers.
The staff are very friendly, the atmosphere is inviting, and the food is incredible. I've loved everything I've had there. Appetizers, entrees, the big combination platters, and the delicious coffee -- it's an experience well worth getting your hands messy for. More...
I love the delicious cuisine along with their special healing herbs and spices, that is the unmistakable Ethiopian flavor! ❤❤❤
We love Taste of Ethiopia! It is a hidden gem! It has healthy options, vegan options, and everything tastes amazing! The Miser Wott and Injera are my favs! SO, SO good. Bruk is very friendly & will help with food choices as well! We have a spectacular experience every time we come to Taste of Ethiopia. Wish we found this place sooner!☀️ More...
Omgness...the atmosphere was so relaxing and pleasant, the food was as delicious as I remembered by way of Minnesota. I definitely will be back and do recommend that you try the Doro Wot and sambusa....excellent.
B. L. S-B
This is a great place in the Triad to have tasty, authentic Ethiopian food. This is a favorite place for my husband and I to go for a nice date night.
Atmosphere, authentic Ethiopian food. Great for Foodies like me. Have the children with me they enjoyed it too!
Great to find good Ethiopian in Greensboro!
I was their first ever customer. Had lunch. Been there after that. Love the food. love the place. Love the atmosphere.
Wonderful food. Eating Ethiopian style was a fun experience. The host was friendly and informative. The coffee is a MUST. It's very bold yet smooth. We tried the combination so we could try a variety. Great idea. More...
Friendly service, Good Food
amazing! I love this restaurant, best in Greensboro! I am in town once a month for work and always stop here for lunch and/or dinner. The server is super friendly and great with making suggestions. The food is delicious and healthy too. I travel all over the country and always eat at Ethiopian restaurants, I think this one is the best I have been to. Fast service even on busy nights. Highly recommended. More...
At last Greensboro has an Ethiopian restaurant, and it is a good one.We used to live near Raleigh and became very fond of this cuisine.Taste of Ethiopia is run by an Ethiopian family and the food is wonderful and the service is gracious If you want a dining adventure, try it!! More...