Dear guests,

Lalibela Ethiopia is a great culinary addition to Kreuzberg. Located in the middle of Paul-Lincke-Ufer and Görlitzer Park, our restaurant completes the gastronomic diversity of Kreuzberg. Whether for lunch or dinner, with us you will always find a place to experience the Ethiopian pleasure.

where does the name come from?

Lalibela is a holy city in Ethiopia and known for its rock churches. The special thing about Lalibela is that the churches were not built on, but into the rocks. In total there are eleven of these fascinating ancient rock churches in the 2500m high Lalibela. They were made as monolithic churches from a single piece of rust-red tuff rock. Since 1978, the churches have been designated UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Lalibela's beauty and distinctiveness inspired the name of our restaurant.

Appetizers // Starters

These tasty teasers will definitely make your favs list!


2 Hausgemachte Teigtaschen, gefüllt mit vegetarischer Füllung gewürzt nach Art des hauses, dazu leckeren Dip

2 Home made pastry with vegetables and Dips


Miser Shorba

Feine Linsensuppe, dazu Injera

Ethiopian style lintel soup with Injera


Miser Shorba besega

Linsensuppe mit fine Geschnitzeltes Rindfleisch in Paprikasoße, dazu Injera

Lintel soup with very lean chopped beef and Injera

Vegetable // Vegan Entrees


Misser Wot, Gomen

3 Sorten, Rote Linsen mit verschiedenen Gewürzen in pikant-scharfer Sauce zubereitet, dazu Gomen (Grünkohl), Azifa und Salat

Split lentil in medium spicy sauce with collard greens and salad..


Shiro Wot, Yeater Kik alicha, Gomen

4 Sorten, Gekochtes Kichererbsenmus mit äthiopischen Gewürzen, dazu etwas Knoblauch. Kichererbsen in milder Kurkuma Soße, Gomen, Azifa dazu salat.

Ground chickpea simmered in a rich house sauce


Misser Wot & Yeater Kik Alicha

3 Sorten, Rote Linsen und Kichererbsen in milder Soße und Gomen

Split lentil and Slightly puréed yellow split peas simmered in a mild sauce of onion, herbs and spices.

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