Adulis Clapham Junction
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Posted: Fri Aug 3 2012
Adulis restaurant in London’s Clapham Junction is the little sibling of the Adulis restaurant in Brixton that has been delighting lovers of Eritrean cuisine since 1996. Adulis is named after an ancient port on the Red Sea, once a great centre of trade, now an inspiring name for this ancient, varied cuisine. Adulis prides itself on offering a truly Eritrean experience, with organic herbs and spices, honey wine, as well as fish caught in the Red Sea. The menu will carry you far from familiar London. Stews are the thing here, ranging from mild to fiery, accompanied by freshly made injera bread. Be sure to end your meal with just-roasted coffee served in a jebena with frankincense and popcorn.