Randomness Guide to London - Differences between Version 3 and Version 2 of Beza Ethiopian Food, SE17 1AY
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|This closed with the closure of the Artworks, and now has a cafe on Sawyer Street in the Elephant and Castle. We haven't been since it moved.
||Ethiopian cafe in the Artworks, a cluster of shipping containers associated with the gentrification of [[Locale Elephant and Castle|Elephant and Castle]].
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Ethiopian cafe in the Artworks, a cluster of shipping containers associated with the gentrification of [[Locale Elephant and Castle|Elephant and Castle]].
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Ethiopian cafe in the Artworks, a cluster of shipping containers associated with the gentrification of Elephant and Castle.
Like most Ethiopian food it is very vegan friendly, with more vegan dishes than meat ones on the menu.
It does takeaway and delivery via Deliveroo and UberEats; however, you pay a lot more for it to be delivered — as of February 2018, a large meat dish is £8 on their website, but the same delivered is £15.50 with a £2.50 delivery fee on top.
secretlondon has had a couple of deliveries from here, most recently in February 2018. You get more options when you order via UberEats — large portions and a mixture of dishes. It comes in a box which is lined with injeera. A portion of spicy sauce is provided separately. I found it a bit under seasoned for my taste — it's not bland, but it's more bland than I'd expect for this cuisine. This may well fit with it being targeted at a non-Ethiopian audience. It has the option of rice instead of injeera and according to some reviews serves hummus.
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