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- $13 for $20 worth of Ethiopian food for two
- $25 for $40 worth of Ethiopian food for four
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Abyssinian Ethiopian Restaurant
The cuisine may take center stage at Abyssinian Ethiopian Restaurant, but its owners want to give visitors more than just an amazing meal. What they offer is a cultural experience steeped in community and tradition.
Diners can gather around a mesob, a traditional table made by hand from blades of grass, and share various stewed dishes served atop sponge-like injera bread. They might dig into gommen besiga, collard greens mixed with beef and spices, or yedoro wett, chicken marinated in lemon.
The owners also introduce guests to Ethiopian drinks, including handmade honey wine and coffee that they roast right in the restaurant as part of their coffee ceremony.