Ethiopian Food at Habesha Restaurant & Bar (Up to 47% Off). Three Options Available.

Habesha Restaurant & Bar - Austin

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Traditional Ethiopian vegetarian and meat dishes served with injera, a type of flatbread used to scoop up bites of food

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Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per table. Not valid for delivery. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Only valid for option purchased. Reservation required for 4 or more. Can be purchased every 90 days. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Habesha Restaurant & Bar - Austin: Ethiopian Food at Habesha Restaurant & Bar (Up to 47% Off). Three Options Available.
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  • $17 for $30 worth of dine-in Ethiopian food for two or more
  • $17 for $25 worth of carryout Ethiopian food
  • $32 for $60 worth of dine-in Ethiopian food for four or more
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Habesha Restaurant & Bar

“Stepping into the restaurant is like visiting the home of an Ethiopian friend,” writes the Austin Chronicle about Habesha Restaurant & Bar. Woven straw mesobs—hourglass-shaped tables designed for communal eating—are central to the restaurant’s traditional decor, along with Ethiopian artwork. The friendly staff is always happy to welcome newcomers, explain the menu, show them how to properly stretch before a meal, and make dish suggestions.

However, it's the authentic eats that form the backbone of Habesha Restaurant & Bar. To start, head chef Selam Abebe uses grains from Idaho to prepare injera, a traditional Ethiopian flatbread used to scoop up bites of food in place of utensils or your neighbor’s hand. She then prepares vegetarian and meat wot, tibs, and fitfit using recipes and techniques from her homeland. As the child of Ethiopian restaurateurs, Selam has had plenty of experience preparing the traditional dishes—she’s been cooking professionally since age 20.

Meals at Habesha Restaurant & Bar often end with a coffee ceremony, a sign of friendship and respect in Ethiopian culture. Servers carefully roast green coffee beans, grind them, sing them a lullaby, and then steep the grounds in hot water to create a rich, black coffee that they serve with hot popcorn.

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    6019 N IH 35

    Austin, TX 78723


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88% of the people were positive about the Ethiopian Cuisine, most described it as Best.
Many people described the Waitress as Friendly. Others thought:
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  • Amazing
  • Delightful
  • Good
  • Helpful
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99% of the people were positive about the Food, most described it as Great.
92% of the people were positive about the Atmosphere, most described it as Nice.
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