Buhe Bakery

★★★★☆

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The BUHE Bakery is a quaint little restaurant serving nice sized portions at incredible prices. The offer freshly made juice in mango (my favorite), strawberry, and banana. The caf is small, and nestled among other businesses, if you don?t know it is there, you could miss it! The inside has caf style seating with room for no more then 20 people it seems, which is fine because it was empty. Two tables with three chairs each line the front window; there is a television in the corner and more chairs to the left of the entrance. The menu includes authentic dishes such as tibs and other dishes such as sandwiches and deserts. Ethiopians eat with their hands and sour flat bread called enjera. Buhe?s food was delicious and quick. We ordered the beef tibs with salad, at first the waitress forgot our salad but brought it out shortly after we started our meal. The also gave us plenty of the enjera to eat with. The food wasn?t hot(spicy), we ordered mild for me and regular for the other two. The two meals were more then enough to fill us all up and have leftovers. The two meals and drinks came to about $28.00. The meals themselves are less then $10.00! The waitress didn?t rush us out like some places, allowing for ample time to let our food digest and to sit and chat afterwards. The only drawback no air conditioner in the place, only fans. In GA during summer it can get a little hot.

PROS: Great fresh food at teriffic prices
CONS: It was hot

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★★★★☆

The BUHE Bakery is a quaint little restaurant serving nice sized portions at incredible prices. The offer freshly made juice in mango (my favorite), strawberry, and banana. The caf is small, and nestled among other businesses, if you don?t know it is there, you could miss it! The inside has caf style seating with room for no more then 20 people it seems, which is fine because it was empty. Two tables with three chairs each line the front window; there is a television in the corner and more chairs to the left of the entrance. The menu includes authentic dishes such as tibs and other dishes such as sandwiches and deserts. Ethiopians eat with their hands and sour flat bread called enjera. Buhe?s food was delicious and quick. We ordered the beef tibs with salad, at first the waitress forgot our salad but brought it out shortly after we started our meal. The also gave us plenty of the enjera to eat with. The food wasn?t hot(spicy), we ordered mild for me and regular for the other two. The two meals were more then enough to fill us all up and have leftovers. The two meals and drinks came to about $28.00. The meals themselves are less then $10.00! The waitress didn?t rush us out like some places, allowing for ample time to let our food digest and to sit and chat afterwards. The only drawback no air conditioner in the place, only fans. In GA during summer it can get a little hot.

PROS: Great fresh food at teriffic prices
CONS: It was hot

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