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Madam Taitou

2 Reviews
Ethiopian
Phone Number 0214266969 Opening Hours

Monday to Sunday 11am to 12am

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Details

Cost
R100 avg main meal
Food
Ethiopian
Corkage
No BYO
Cost
R100 avg main meal
Ambience
Groups
Payment
Mastercard, Visa
Facilities
Accepts credit cards, Booking required, Dinner, Lunch, Parking, Serves food

Owner's description

Situated in Cape Town’s City Bowl, they specialize in Ethiopian cuisine.

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User reviews

2 Reviews
    For first timers to Ethiopian food, I recommend ordering the big platter with all the different dishes - it was about R360, which easily feeds four - if not 5. While I prefer the food at Addis in the Cape, Madam Taitou is much cheaper and there is very little difference. Recommended for a group who are on a budget and want to try something outside of their comfort zone.
    We ventured out to Madame Taitou to quench the Ethiopian food craving last evening. As a Cape Town local there may be a tendency to avoid Long Street on a Saturday eve- especially as tourist season starts kicking into high gear. We were pleasantly surprised- the ambience is quiet- tasteful music plays in the background and you find yourself surrounded by a virtual jungle of potted plants, Africana replica masks, figurines, antiques (all for sale by the way). Service was a bit slow- but very friendly. Their liquor license is under review- so we settled for the only thing they could offer other than coffee or cool drink; fresh squeezed Apple juice for our son and two glasses of Tej(ia)- Ethiopian honey brewed wine- absolutely delicious and highly alcoholic. The food is presented with a minimalist flair and did not disappoint. Their injera is made with rice flour as Tef is hard to come by- the texture is similair but not the same. I opted for the vegetarian platter- absolutely delicious- and lighter than Addis in Cape or Little Ethiopia- both around the corner. My partner went for tibs and we all really enjoyed the meal. Owner operated- support this joint! We will be back!

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