Enat Ethiopian Restaurant

11546 15th Ave Ne
Seattle, WA 98125
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Customer Reviews (10 reviews)


on Citysearch Mar 19, 2009
I am super impressed by this place. I can afford to eat here, AND it's delicious. Their combo platters are great - both the vegetarian one and the regular meat n veggie comb (my roommate is vegetarian, so it was nice to be... (more)


on Citysearch Nov 02, 2007
A friend recommended this to me since I was craving Ethiopian food and didn't feel like driving to the South Side of Seattle. The location is pretty ideal, and has it's own parking lot which is always a plus! Since this... (more)


on Citysearch Jun 19, 2007
We have been to Enat many times, and the food is consistently great. We aren't vegetarian, but we always order the vegetarian combo anyway. It is huge, filling, and delicious. The people are nice, the atmosphere is... (more)

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on Citysearch May 10, 2007
I have been visiting Enat for lunch and dinner for about two years. They're easy to find near Northgate mall. The atmosphere is pretty cas... (more)


on Citysearch Nov 26, 2006
I'm a vegetarian and as such have combed the city in search of decent places to eat (you know what I mean: more choices than just caesar salad and pasta primavera). Usually the places with the most selections are... (more)

Becca C.

on Judys Book May 01, 2006
I have a bland palate (oatmeal is about as spicy as I can take it) so the suggestion to go to Enat was far from enticing. But I ventured away from my British/Scottish ways and LOVED it. I got a bunch of things that weren't... (more)

Sherri P.

on Judys Book Dec 30, 2005
Ethiopian is an interesting experience that everyone should try at least once - but maybe not at this particular restaurant. I've heard the Blue Nile is good. All the dishes come served on injera bread, which tastes... (more)

Tabitha B.

on Judys Book Dec 08, 2005
We were really excited to try Enat for our friend's birthday. The restaurant was freezing nside, and everyone had to leave their coats on the entire meal to stay warm. The atmosphere inside was extremely dirty and... (more)

Aaron R.

on Judys Book Jul 23, 2005
Enat is a really, really good restaurant. Ethiopian food comes served with injera bread, a sour tasting bread, that is pulled apart and used to pick up the tasty dishes, that also happen to be spread out on a bed of... (more)

Ari R.

on Judys Book Apr 22, 2005
Enat is a small Ethiopian Restaurant in the Northgate neighborhood. About 2/3 of the building space is dedicated to dining tables and the rest is divided between the bar and a small dance floor. The food is usually... (more)

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