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Saturday, 16 October 2010 18:00

… Home of the ultimate global dining experience 

Every month, “Kuriftu Diplomat” offers authentic dishes of a specific country prepared by native executive chefs for food enthusiasts wishing to experience the dinning riches of the global and for those who savior their favorites feast at all times, “Diplomats” own delicious diverse continental menu will be on hand.

The “Diplomat” is a venue where culinary art, cultural artifacts and unique icons from the represented country will be on display month after month in an ongoing rotation. In this way, the Diplomat brings people from all walks of life together allowing them to exchange views, culture and life experiences; since the name “DIPLOMAT”. No doubt it’s an excellent dinning escape for the residents and visitors of Addis Ababa (something that’s largely missing).

 Door opens: Lunch 12:00 PM – 3:00 PM
                     Dinner: 6:00 PM till

Addis Ababa, Bole Road, 5th Floor of Boston Partners Building
For more information or Reservation please call: 0920 95 96 97 / 011 618 43 63

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Last Updated on Saturday, 16 October 2010 19:31
 

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