$20 for $40 Worth of Ethiopian Food and Drinks at Ethiopian Diamond Restaurant

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In a Nutshell

Shared stew-like Ethiopian dishes featuring lamb, beef, chicken, or vegan bean-and-veggie blends

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Expires Oct 30th, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Dine-in only. Must purchase 1 food item. Merchant is solely responsible for all sales and delivery of alcohol. Must provide 21+ ID to receive alcoholic beverages. Not valid for 11/18, Thanksgiving day, Christmas day, or Valentine's day. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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$20 for $40 Worth of Ethiopian Food and Drinks

The menu includes doro watt, a spicy dish with chicken legs, ginger, and hard-boiled egg ($13.50); yebeg tibs, or lamb cubes flavored with garlic, rosemary, green pepper, and onions ($15.75); and numerous vegan dishes, such as kik alicha, a mild blend of split peas, onion, garlic, and ginger ($10.25). In true Ethiopian fashion, all dishes are designed to be shared and scooped up with pieces of sour pancake. Enjoy the all-you-can eat buffet ($13.95) on Sunday with varied dishes that rotate weekly.

Ethiopian Diamond Restaurant

Ethiopian Diamond Restaurant owner and head chef Almaz Yigizaw, whose name means "diamond," re-creates her grandmother's recipes with ingredients she imports herself. Hailing from Gondar, Ethiopia, Yigizaw crafts award-winning cuisine lauded by Zagat, the Chicago Tribune, and the Chicago Sun-Times. Though silverware and food-flinging trebuchets are available upon request, visitors typically deliver morsels of food to their mouths with swatches of injera, a spongy flat bread with a mild, slightly sour flavor. Meats such as beef and lamb characterize Ethiopian stews, while lentils and peas take center stage in vegetarian dishes, which are free of honey, animal oils, or self-aware zucchini. On busier days, cooks perform a multistep coffee-making ritual, ultimately pouring out freshly brewed joe alongside burning incense. Ethiopian Diamond Restaurant has locations in Edgewater and Rogers Park.


Amazing food...The injera had a great texture, the mats were all cooked perfectly and the wats had spice but not overwhelingly hot.

OpenTable diner, 10/7/12

Probably my favorite place to eat in Chicago, and certainly my favorite place to bring a group of friends for dinner.

Katharine S., Yelp, 3/1/12


95% of 1,694 customers

  • “The Mat seasoning is awesome. :)”

  • “Good food I loved it... awesome desserts - sambussa filled with dry fruits, nuts !!”

  • “Awesome food, great service!”

  1. A

    Rogers Park

    7537 N Clark St.

    Chicago, Illinois 60626


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  2. B


    6120 N Broadway St.

    Chicago, Illinois 60660


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