About this Business
- Ethiopian, Italian, African, American, Healthy
- Lunch, Dinner
From Our Editors
From the perfectly spiced stews to a dining room filled with woven basket tables, every detail is carefully planned to help people forget about Texas the moment they step inside Queen of Sheba Restaurant. The authentic Ethiopian dining experience begins with a traditional hand washing ceremony before guests dive into family-style trays of meat- and vegetable-laden stews simmered in ginger, garlic, and spicy pepper sauces. A crepe-like bread called injera serves as the fork and spoon when eating, and tastes better than a napkin. And as Ethiopian tradition follows, a cup of coffee concludes meals. Alternatively, chefs can call upon the culinary traditions of Italy as they coat fettuccine noodles with alfredo sauce and bake trays of chicken parmigiana.