lthough the food was good, the reason I would go back to Adulis is the service. The waitresses went the extra mile to give us the true Eritrean experience.
A peaceful respite from the traffic-clogged Brixton Road, Adulis offers traditional Eritrean food in modest but well-designed surroundings- white paintwork and plaster-moulded alcoves, with displays of instruments and artefacts….In all, Adulis is a cosy and laid-back place well worth a visit.
TimeOut Eating and Drinking
From a generous list of vegetarian options, how about the misnamed foul – a tasty mix of broad beans, onions and olives, served with cottage cheese, tomatoes and butter? Babies and children are welcome.
Adulis likes to give itself the sub-title of Little Eritrea, since that is the country from which their cuisine and aspirations are drawn. From the moment you enter the diverse cultural heritage of Eritrea becomes apparent, both in the greeting, the décor, the aromas and the level of enjoyment.
If you’re looking for a tasty place to dine that will please both veggies and meat-eaters, head for Adulis Eritrean Restaurant.
South London Press
It has a lively, upbeat, modern atmosphere, particularly on a Saturday evening. The food was really fresh and nicely spiced… It’s worth it.
I’d never had Eritrean cuisine before. In fact, I suppose most people won’t have but let me tell you it’s FANTASTIC!!! Adulis might not be the poshest or most sophisticated restaurant around but that is more than made up for in great food, lovely, friendly waiters and a kick-ass atmosphere.