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Facefood, Face pizza, Tibs Hut!!!!
It is really a great creation. The the 30 year ols young owner with his 25 years old wife helping, is doing such an impressive job.
Only in Ethiopia!
I Hope he protects his naming right, so that nobody else use it.
Way to go Nur!
I’m proud of you!
Would love to visit there! Thanks for the news nazret.com very current news
Have you seen the Next Sign “Tibs Hub” imitated from “Pizza Hut” .Who the hell are the owners ,Azeb ,another Tigre Mafiosi ,or the Sheraton Sheik…LOL!!! Maybe next time “Beggars’ King” ,"Agaziwu Donald” ,"Star Birru Cafe” …LOL !!!
And the HYGIN AND THE REST ROOM SHOULD BE MENTIONED. BAD TOILETS, BAD HYGIN , THESE ARE a common thing all over addis. In some culture toilets are like a temple but in Ethiopia and Ethiopia restaurants in west do not pay any attention when it comes to toilets. Come on. Wash your dirty hand. Please!!!!
Nazret…is this news or advertisement???…u owe me 2 minutes of my life..i know u can do better..
It is sad that Ethiopians across the board are good at mimicking. Always embarrassed or ignorant of their own culture. Foreigners, on the other hand, are fascinated by our heritage.
Some might take your concern as a little bit over the top while some might agree with you,however, even in the older days of Ethiopia we had Bombolino, Venus club(first disco ball introduced in 1969),Hotel D’ Afrique, Flamingo Bar, Post Rendezvous in front of Tele(later bombed by Eritrean Ikabs),Bouffett de L’Garre—-etc. What do you think about our culture of Habesha"Gursha” watched by more than 33 million people on the Simpsons?. Are you against transnational cultural interplay?
Great. if it can stay in Business for at least year. Like anything else, the hyenas will slap him with an imaginable tax if it threatens their business. Watch and see
Broo-K, I agree with you on the point you raised. I am not against cultural cross-fertilization. Otherwise, I will be suggesting pure culture exists; Ethiopia IS multicultural. My concern arises from the proliferation of foreign names to such a point that on returning for a visit from abroad I was not expecting to see a poor copy of New York city. Of course, you could argue all urban centers are more alike than different. However, societies that fail to nurture core cultural values [in architectural designs, dietary habits, etc] will be at the mercy of [commercial and cultural] values from the outside. Remember how the past generation indiscriminately bought into Soviet economic and political culture? One remedy is schools putting emphasis on both individual and collective histories. How you connect with your roots matters a great deal in the choices you make. Incidentally, the labels you cited above are not really foreign [de L’Garre has historical reasons - ie, Franco-Ethiopian R’way; D’Afrique, Ethiopia being home to OAU; Venus is Venus; Flamingo is what you see when you drive down to Rift Valley lakes :)]. Take care.
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