Dahlak Eritrean Cuisine

North Beacon Hill

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Traditional Eritrean and Ethiopian recipes feature cubes of spiced lamb, housemade injera bread, and well-seasoned vegetables

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Dahlak Eritrean Cuisine - North Beacon Hill: Vegetarian Meal for Two or Dahlak Meal for Two or Four at Dahlak Eritrean Cuisine (Up to 61% Off)

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$17 for a vegetarian meal for two (up to a $38.85 total value)

  • One appetizer (up to a $6.95 value)
  • Two veggie combos (a $10.95 value each)
  • Two desserts (a $5 value each)

$19 for an Dahlak meal for two (up to a $41.85 total value) * One appetizer (up to a $6.95 value) * One veggie combo (a $10.95 value) * One meat combo (a $13.95 value) * Two desserts (a $5 value each)

$35 for an Dahlak meal for four (up to an $89.70 total value)

  • Two appetizers (up to a $6.95 value each)
  • Four vegetarian or meat combos (up to a $13.95 value each)
  • Four desserts (a $5 value each)

The menu features traditional Eritrean and Ethiopian dishes, such as appetizers of fitfit, chopped tomatoes, green chilis, and housemade injera bread. The vegetarian combo features green mustard, beans, okra, and yellow split peas, and the meat combo includes a variety of spiced lamb, chicken, and beef.

Dahlak Eritrean Cuisine

Fragrances of colorful spices waft through the lime green dining room as guests sit at romantically lit tables or recline on lounge chairs. Traditional Eritrean dishes adorn the tables, boasting a housemade bread, known as injera, that is sometimes soaked in butter, served with plain yogurt, and topped with onions and tomatoes or lamb. The Eritrean dishes share an influence with neighboring Ethiopian cuisine, often employing the puffy, pancake-like bread to scoop up spiced lamb, chicken, and beef. Guests can also sip freshly made coffee at the traditional Eritrean bunna, or coffee bar.

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217 Ratings

Delicious!
Tara H. · July 18, 2015
Great food
Yao M. · May 24, 2015
Awesome food
Lisa H. · February 5, 2015

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