|Venue name:||Blue Nile||Contact:|
73 Woolwich New Road
|Price:||£26 to £40|
|Do you own this business?|
Average User Rating
4.9 / 5
- 5 star:12
- 4 star:2
- 3 star:0
- 2 star:0
- 1 star:0
The Blue Nile has to be one of my favourite restaurants in the whole of London, let alone Woolwich/Greenwich. The food is always so fresh and delicious, packed full of flavour, and the homemade injera bread is incredible. Very very good value - rarely pay over £10 for more food than I can eat and a drink. I love the decor - think shabby chic meets cool, understated design. The owner, Shewa, is so lovely and accommodating and always does her best to ensure that we are never hungry or waiting! Would thoroughly recommend. Go there now!
Love this place love the owner too - she likes to come over for a little chat :) Affordable dining in a lovely setting in my home town where other people dub 'shit' all the time. It's something a little different too. I love these little spots and I was afraid voting for them would bring hipsters in but i've stopped caring -Blue Nile deserves the exposure and so does woolwich!
Delicious food and terrific service in a unique setting. This is one of my favourite places to eat. It's family run too - even better!
Warm, welcoming and friendly; arriving at The Blue Nile is like coming home after a long day to find something wonderful cooking on the stove! There isn't a wide menu, but there reallydoesn't need to be- what's on offer is so good that I'm happy to go back for more of the same. Really amazing value too!
Great food and the people who run it are lovely! It also looks more like a restaurant now, and they have stripped it back to its original (butchers shop!) tiling and fittings. We paid under £20 each for more food than we could eat, and a couple of beers each. Highly recommended!
Great service, great ambience, great price, great decor and GREAT (home made) delicious food. We had a mixture of things from the menu including injera and delicious tea with a name that I cant pronounce. The promise of real eritrean coffee on sundays will take me back sooner rather than later. Just what Woolwich has been waiting for,
Great hospitality, fabulous food, and incredibly good value. We paid less than £15 for more than we could eat. The owner was so welcoming we felt immediately at home. Well worth a visit to Woolwich for and only a minutes walk from the DLR.