Lovers of Ethiopian cuisine and adventurous foodies will appreciate this bright, clean and modern restaurant in Camberwell that prides itself on its family recipes and dedication to authentic Ethiopian traditions. Zeret itself is a name that comes from a small village in northern Ethiopia, and the menu includes mostly chicken, lamb and beef stews made with butter, garlic and ginger served on pancake-like flatbread called enjera. All the food here is delicious, and the dining room is decorated with colourful placemats, potted palms and simple white walls. Perfect for communal/sharing meals with friends and family, the Zeret Kitchen has attentive staff and a relaxed atmosphere – don't miss the Ethiopian style chicken cooked with green chillies, herbs and spices.
£25 and under
Noticed this place was close-ish to where I'm living, so decided to give it a try. It's probably a bit out of the way for most people, but if you're in the mood for some Ethiopian it's really not that hard to get to - just get the bus from Elephant and Castle. It's in a dingy looking council block, but inside the atmosphere is fine.
I found it had been described as both an Ethiopian and...more
Located in a discreet corner of a small block of stores, Zeret can be easy to miss. But that would be a mistake as Zeret is a nice surprise hidden in the middle of Camberwell.
We walked in around 8:30 on a Saturday, slightly confused by the very dim lighting. "Is it opened?" we asked each other as we peered through the window and were greeted by diners' eyes staring back at us from behind...more
Good food, good value, very sweet and personable family run restaurant.
I went with my girlfriend. We usually opt for a vegetarian sampler, plus one or two other items. We noticed that they had a two person special for £16 that includes two lamb dishes, a beef dish, a chicken dish, and some vegetable dishes. We usually don't go for so much meat, so we asked if we could get that special but...more