ICoffee is great in Ethiopia, and I'm so glad I brought a bag of Tomoca home. I'll feel so sad when it is gone!
Lovely well know establishment in Addis Ababa - coffee bar. We have been stockpiling coffee from Tomoca for a decade - every time we visit.
Ethiopian Coffee is the best in the world and Tomoca makes the best coffee in Addis "Nuff Said. If you g, do yourself a favour and go on your own or with one or two other people - avoid the "tourist invasion"!
We live in Seattle, WA so great coffee is an every day pleasure and necessity and something we miss when we travel, this place does not disappoint. It's simple straightforward great coffee and a definite stop on out 3rd visit to Addis this summer.
Oh, really. This tiny café is not better that any other places in the neighborhood, the only difference is that it's constantly invaded by Western tourist groups, and here you can by ugly touristy gifts. Simply, there's no reason to come here. No food, only coffe.
See title. Good cofffee spot though mainly high stools or stand up.... Good place to buy bags of coffee to take with you. BUT it is not a restaurant.
Definitely a must on any visit to Addis. The coffee is strong and the ambiance is very cool. Don't go for food--they don't serve anything substantial. But the owner is very proud of the place and will answer any questions about his coffee. I was even invited back to see the roasting process...it helped because my driver, Terefe, was friends... More
Given the fact that I am coffee fanatic and grew up with coffee, I was very impressed with the poor quality of the coffee beans. The employees were not well trained to explain where it came from or how it gets roasted.
A beautiful little spot to stop in for some incredible coffee. The ambiance is fantastic - sipping coffee from tiny glasses whilst standing up at a zinc bar, men with their noses buried in the local papers all around - and have I mentioned that the coffee is really, really good? Not much in the way of food, though, so... More
If you like dark roast coffee, it is a good place to buy or drink. They only sell a blend coffee, so that it is useless to ask if the beans are from Yirgachefee or Sidamo. Also don't expect they always have different roasts such as American or Swedish. You will get one blend with one roast anyway.
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