The authentic community dining traditions of Ethiopia can be found inside this discrete locale. Eat from the same platter as your company and use injera, the spongy Ethiopian bread, as a substitute for utensils. Try the lamb tibs: pieces of tender lamb in a red chile sauce joined by cooked spinach and creamy sweet corn. Bonus: There's a dance floor.
Authentic Ethiopian and Eritrean food. Try the popular eight-veggie combo with cabbage, beans, lentils, carrots, and no butter.
Get a taste of authentic Ethiopian cuisine at this cozy restaurant. Try the Doro Wot—a traditional dish of spicy, stewed chicken.
This Park Hill eatery serves up authentic Ethiopian cuisine. Try the tilapia with chickpea sauce or a traditional lamb dish.
Queen of Sheba offers an open kitchen where all the aromas are available for the public to enjoy.