Veronica Desjardins, Bahir Zaf Project Coordinator, writes:
Bahir Zaf is a new vocational training restaurant offering a fusion of International and Ethiopian cuisine, in a casual dining setting, with a spacious and lush garden. We have reliable WIFI! In Amharic, ‘Bahir Zaf’ means ‘ocean tree’. The tree symbolizes caring for communities and branching out to protect those in need – much like the restaurant which builds futures for disadvantaged youth. 100% of the profits generated at Bahir Zaf are directed back into providing more apprenticeships.
Bahir Zaf is rated 5 stars and is currently #3 on TripAdvisor. Our menu is tapas/sharing style, and perfect for one person or large groups. We have a range of vegetarian, fish, chicken and meat options. Our desserts, fresh juice, shakes and cocktails are like nothing you will find in the city. Everything at Bahir Zaf is fresh and made from scratch! Try our ceviche style fish tacos, the #1 seller at Bahir Zaf.
Location: Sub City Yeka, Woreda 7, #665, Haya Hulet, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia (Located behind Debra Damo Hotel and Ribka Mall)
Hours of Operation: Tuesday-Sunday 11:00-10:30 (Kitchen closes at 9:30 pm, and bar closes at 10pm)
USD: $3.50-$8.50 for tapas
$4.50-$6.00 for desserts
$6.00 – $9.00 for cocktails
Birr: 80 ETB – 185 ETB for tapas
80 ETB – 130 ETB desserts
160 ETB – 195 ETB cocktails
For reservations and other inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: +251 11 810 7304