Nile Vegan

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Featured Review:

  • Serge Suprun
  • 3 months ago
Mushroom combo platter with sorrel drink - I went with recommendation. It was great choice of ginger, lemon and hibiscus cold drink to try hands-on lentils, curried split peas and beet veggie medley. So many flavors! Great service and very reasonable prices!

Contact and Address


Website: nilevegan.com

Address: 1223 Goodale Blvd, Northwest Blvd, Grandview Heights, Ohio  43212, US
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Opening Hours:

  Saturday 4–9PM
  Sunday 4–9PM
  Monday 4–9PM
  Tuesday 4–9PM
  Wednesday 4–9PM
  Thursday 4–9PM
  Friday 4–9PM

About the Business:

Nile Vegan is a Ethiopian restaurant located at 1223 Goodale Blvd, Northwest Blvd, Grandview Heights, Ohio  43212, US.

The business is listed under ethiopian restaurant category. It has received 50 reviews with an average rating of 4.7 stars. Their services include Curbside pickup, No-contact delivery, Delivery, Takeout, Dine-in . Accepted payment methods include Debit cards , Credit cards .

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Reviews:

  • Serge Suprun
  • 3 months ago
Mushroom combo platter with sorrel drink - I went with recommendation. It was great choice of ginger, lemon and hibiscus cold drink to try hands-on lentils, curried split peas and beet veggie medley. So many flavors! Great service and very reasonable prices!
  • Noel Reed
  • 3 months ago
Really, really delicious. This was my first time having Ethiopian food and I have to say, I loved it so much I wanna have it in my food staple rotation. The injera were like a spongy, sourdough pancake and addictive enough to eat without any of the entrees. And the entrees…incredibly well-seasoned and filling in a pleasant way. I got the red lentil and okra combo (sub the beet medley since the veg money was gonna take a second) and it was delicious. Highly recommend
  • Samuel Hartman
  • 3 months ago
So good! Love that it's all vegan and lots of yummy food options. Some of the best Ethiopian food in the city and very friendly service.
  • Bang Main
  • 3 months ago
I'm from WV and in Columbus for a few days... I'm curious about Ethiopian cuisine and I find Nile Vegan. I have less than and Hr before they close and the restaurant is 20 mins away. I rush over with Google maps as my guide, miss the restaurant, get honked at because I'm making an illegal U-turn and just make it to the restaurant before they close. The gentleman greeted me with smiles, was extremely friendly and got my two combo orders of Tofu for one and Mushrooms for the other... With other veggies on the side. My first experience with Ethiopian food... It was amazing!! I'm stuffing my fat face wishing this was something I could request more often. The bread, 10, the veggies, 10... The flavors 1000! I doubt there is even an Ethiopian restaurant in the state of WV, PHK!! If you're in Columbus, want Ethiopian cuisine or curious like I was... Please don't hesitate to try this restaurant. I went to the Grandview location. I'd upload a picture but I'm a fatty and ate it all.
  • Korjax
  • 5 months ago
Great food and staff. The food is reminiscent of Indian cooking, in that it features bold and bright flavors. The bread they use, called Injera, is a fermented flat bread. While it’s too sour by its self, when paired with the various stews and curries, it turns into something truly special. Give ‘em a try!

Health and Safety:

  • Mask required
  • Staff wear masks
  • Staff get temperature checks
  • Staff required to disinfect surfaces between visits

Services:

  • Curbside pickup
  • No-contact delivery
  • Delivery
  • Takeout
  • Dine-in

Offers:

  • Alcohol
  • Beer
  • Cocktails
  • Coffee
  • Comfort food
  • Healthy options
  • Organic dishes
  • Small plates
  • Vegetarian options
  • Wine

Payments:

  • Debit cards
  • Credit cards

Plannings:

  • Accepts reservations

FAQ:

Nile Vegan is open the following days:

Saturday :  4–9PM
Sunday :  4–9PM
Monday :  4–9PM
Tuesday :  4–9PM
Wednesday :  4–9PM
Thursday :  4–9PM
Friday :  4–9PM

Nile Vegan is listed under

Here are some reviews from our users.

"Mushroom combo platter with sorrel drink - I went with recommendation. It was great choice of ginger, lemon and hibiscus cold drink to try hands-on lentils, curried split peas and beet veggie medley. So many flavors! Great service and very reasonable prices!"

"Really, really delicious. This was my first time having Ethiopian food and I have to say, I loved it so much I wanna have it in my food staple rotation. The injera were like a spongy, sourdough pancake and addictive enough to eat without any of the entrees. And the entrees…incredibly well-seasoned and filling in a pleasant way. I got the red lentil and okra combo (sub the beet medley since the veg money was gonna take a second) and it was delicious. Highly recommend"

"So good! Love that it's all vegan and lots of yummy food options. Some of the best Ethiopian food in the city and very friendly service."

"I'm from WV and in Columbus for a few days... I'm curious about Ethiopian cuisine and I find Nile Vegan. I have less than and Hr before they close and the restaurant is mins away. I rush over with Google maps as my guide, miss the restaurant, get honked at because I'm making an illegal U-turn and just make it to the restaurant before they close. The gentleman greeted me with smiles, was extremely friendly and got my two combo orders of Tofu for one and Mushrooms for the other... With other veggies on the side. My first experience with Ethiopian food... It was amazing!! I'm stuffing my fat face wishing this was something I could request more often. The bread, , the veggies, ... The flavors ! I doubt there is even an Ethiopian restaurant in the state of WV, PHK!! If you're in Columbus, want Ethiopian cuisine or curious like I was... Please don't hesitate to try this restaurant. I went to the Grandview location. I'd upload a picture but I'm a fatty and ate it all."

"Great food and staff. The food is reminiscent of Indian cooking, in that it features bold and bright flavors. The bread they use, called Injera, is a fermented flat bread. While it’s too sour by its self, when paired with the various stews and curries, it turns into something truly special. Give ‘em a try!"

Accepted payments methods at Nile Vegan include

  • Debit cards
  • Credit cards

Nile Vegan has 4.7 stars from 50 reviews.

The address of Nile Vegan is 1223 Goodale Blvd, Northwest Blvd, Grandview Heights, Ohio, US.

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