High-protein East African flatbread scoops up gluten-free Ethiopian dishes including chicken in butter and ginger sauce
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A restaurant meal is incomplete without its after-dinner mint, which cleanses the palate before patrons gnaw a subterranean tunnel home. Chew the scenery with today’s Groupon.
$12 for $24 Worth of Ethiopian Cuisine
The menu includes appetizers such as the spiced-chicken samosa pastry ($6.95) as well as entrees including lentils simmered in pepper sauce ($11.95), lamb with red pepper and ginger ($14.95), and sautéed chicken marinated in lemon ($12.95).
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About Abyssinian Ethiopian Restaurant
From alongside steaming ceramic coffee pots, gluten-free Ethiopian and Eritrean dishes at Abyssinian Ethiopian Restaurant radiate imported spices. In the golden glow of wall sconces, sautéed beef and chicken morsels marinate in butter, cardamom, and fresh ginger. Patrons sop up savory remnants with warm injera, an East African flatbread made from high-protein teff flour that lets fingers grab food, unlike trying to grab a frustratingly realistic painting of fruit. Meals flanked by complimentary portions of collards parade to tables, and caterers cruise past with brimming portions for meetings and shindigs.