Queen of Sheba: "Ethiopian food in Oklahoma? Yes!" Queen of Sheba Tip by tinyvulture

Queen of Sheba, Oklahoma City: 2 reviews and 4 photos

Having eaten Ethiopian food on vacations, I was so excited to hear that it is now available in OKC. This new restaurant is located in a kind of run-down strip mall, but once you step inside, it's a very classy-looking place. The presentation of the food is unique: all of the dishes are served together on one large platter, shared by everyone at the table. No utensils are used. Instead, you break off pieces of light, spongy sourdough bread and use it to scoop up bites of food. Most of the food is spicy, but not overly.

Favorite Dish: My husband and I shared the two-person vegetarian platter, which included two kinds of lentils, buttery green beans, beets, spinach, a stew of cauliflowers and carrots, and salad, with plenty of injera bread on the side. It was all wonderful.

Address: 23rd & MacArthur
Price Comparison: about average
Phone: (405) 606-8616
Price: US$11-20
Rating: 5
Theme: African

Review Helpfulness: 2.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Written May 23, 2006
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