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Crushed beans sauteed with our spices, garnished with fresh diced onions, tomatoes, and pepper. Finished with olive oil or butter and served on bread.
Sauteed with onions, tomatoes, pepper and Ethiopian butter or oil. Served with bread.
A popular breakfast dish includes kinche, scrambled eggs and chechebsa (pieces of flatbread fried in berbere, a spicy pepper powder). Served with bread or injera.
Small pieces of crushed wheat cooked tender, seasoned with Ethiopian spices and butter.
Beef soaked in wat and boiled egg nestled in a cube blanket of injera.
3 crispy sambusa served stuffed with your choice of either minced beef or lentils.
Diced tomatoes, onions and jalapeno peppers mixed with pieces of garlic or injera. Served cold.
Fresh tomatoes, lettuce, onion, olive oil and house dressing.
Lentil, carrot, garlic, celery, minestrone and tomatoes.
Ground chickpeas simmered in a rich house sauce and spiced with butter.
Ground chickpeas simmered in a rich house sauce and spiced with hard-boiled egg.
Split peas stewed in a special sauce, onions, garlic and ginger.
Lentils stewed in a rich berbere sauce, onions, garlic and ginger.
Fresh cabbage sauteed with onions, garlic, carrots and turmeric.
Fresh collard greens sauteed with onions, garlic and ginger.
Ground chickpeas fired with peppers and garlic sauce.
Shiro, miser, ater, dinech wot, gomen, cabbage, salad, azifa, beets and yesufand tomato fit-fit.
Potatoes simmered with berbere, onions, garlic and other spices.
Served with cabbage and miser stew with injera or bread.
now we serve 100% teff flour enjera
Contains bits of injera soaked in spiced berbere sauce with tasty dried pieces of beef.
Contains bits of injera soaked in spiced berbere sauce with succulent chicken meat and hard-boiled egg.
Contains bits of injera soaked in spiced berbere sauce with tender lamb meat.
Contains bits of injera soaked in spiced berbere sauce.
Contains bits of injera soaked in spiced berbere sauce with delicious ground beef.
Chicken cooked and perfectly simmered with seasoned berbere sauce with hard-boiled egg.
This milder version of the classic Ethiopian chicken stew, doro wot, trades hot berbere spice for a mild turmeric sauce heady with ginger and garlic. Served with injera for mopping up the sides of the bowl.
Boneless skinless marinated chicken sautéed with onions, jalapeño, tomatoes and garlic.
Tender pieces of chicken seasoned to perfection with sauteed onions and vegetables, sizzling on a clay chafing dish.
Uncooked minced meat seasoned with herbed butter and mitmita (chili powder). Can also be served partially or fully cooked with ayeb and gomen.
Tender beef cubes sauteed with Ethiopian seasoning cooked with hot green peppers and onions.
Lean beef cubes mixed with mitmita, butter, and peppers served raw or very rare.
A milder stew for those trying to avoid the spicy.
Shiro (chickpeas) with cubed meat.
Lean beef, simmered in hot pepper sauce.
Beef cubes and fresh collard greens sauteed with onions, garlic and ginger.
Chicken, Beef, Lamb, and Choice of your own 4 Vegetable Sides. You can choose from: Cabbage, Collard Greens, Lentils, Green Beans, Potato Stew, and Split Lentils.
Tender pieces of beef seasoned to perfection with sauteed onions and vegetables, sizzling on a clay chafing dish
Fresh and tender lamb cooked with berbere (chili powder).
Fresh and tender lamb cooked with tumeric, onions and garlic.
Chunks of lamb, sauteed in seasoned butter and garnished with green peppers.
Tender pieces of lamb seasoned to perfection with sauteed onions and vegetables, sizzling on a clay chafing dish.
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