Choose from Three Options
- $13 for $25 worth of Ethiopian cuisine valid Sunday- Thursday only
- $15 for $25 worth of Ethiopian cuisine valid Friday- Saturday only
- $30 for $50 worth of Ethiopian cuisine
for party of 4; valid Sunday- Thursday only
See the menu on their website.
Warm yellow walls and tiles decorated with colorful figures aren't the only festive elements you'll encounter at Addis Adeba: the restaurant is also filled with the spice-laden aromas of traditional Ethiopian cuisine. Platters and hand-woven baskets known as mesobs are filled with all of the components needed for a communal meal—except for the silverware and the place cards, that is. Diners scoop up each bite in the traditional Ethopian fashion, with pieces of spongy injera bread. If they wish, they're also encouraged to feed one another in a traditional gesture of compassion and affection. Whichever way they choose to eat, chefs bombard their senses with vegetarian and meat-based dishes—from tekil gomen, a combination of cabbage and carrots, to doro wat, morsels of chicken dressed in red-pepper sauce.
91% of 151 customers recommend
“The chef's choice combo was great!”
“I found none of the food to be spicy so for those who would love to try this type of food, this is the place. The cold vegetable dish was excellent. However, the tea...”
“I found none of the food to be spicy so for those who would love to try this type of food, this is the place. The cold vegetable dish was excellent. However, the tea could be a bit stronger.”
“You eat with your hands! No forks! Loved the new tastes.”