Curried chicken, sauteed beef, tender lamb, and host of vegan specialties including split lentils and collard greens with onions and peppers
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$20 for two entrees and two coffees or teas (up to $35.50 value)
Kokeb Ethiopian's signature dish is its doro key wat—curried chicken cooked with hot spices, seasoned butter, ginger, and garlic, and served with boiled eggs. However, vegans still have reason to rejoice. Kokeb's chefs have created an entire vegan section of their menu free from meat and animal products. They top spongy portions of Ethiopian flatbread—called injera—with yellow split peas cooked in peppers and garlic, or lentils stewed with Ethiopia's signature spice blend, berbere. For those who wish to sample a few dishes, chefs can arrange up to five spicy and sauteed entrees per plate. They can even swap in the house's rich and spicy lamb, fish, or beef dishes for non-vegan companions.
The service was great and, for the vegan options, you are able to order a combination of 5 entrees ($15.95) rather than being limited to trying just one ($7.95). The food was great, better than other Ethiopian restaurants I've tried.
Christie B. ·
June 2, 2014
GREAT FOOD! don't be off put by the appearance - amazing ethiopian. ask the waiter/waitress their personal recommendations