Rahel Ethiopian Veggie Cuisine

Mid-Wilshire

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Injera accompanies 10 types of vegan stew, which bubble with aromatic spices, split lentils, string beans, and zucchini

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Promotional value expires Feb 7, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 3 per person. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Dine-in only. Not valid for buffet or coffee ceremony. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Vegetarians largely subsist on a plant-based diet until they swallow enough chlorophyll to begin photosynthesizing their own food. Take the first step with this Groupon.

Choose Between Two Options

  • $15 for $30 worth of vegan Ethiopian food
  • $25 for $50 worth of vegan Ethiopian food for four or more

A completely vegan menu includes yeater alicha, a steamed split-pea stew, ($9.95), the veggie bantu platter of garlic-infused tomatoes and green peppers scooped up by injera bread ($9.95), and a veggie Paradise combo—four types of stews, three veggie dishes, injera, and an ethiopian salad ($12.95).

Rahel Ethiopian Veggie Cuisine

As a dedicated vegan, the eponymous owner of Rahel Ethiopian Veggie Cuisine, Rahel Woldmedhin, foregoes traditional meat and fish dishes for completely animal-free feasts that have helped the eatery win “Best Ethnic Vegan Restaurant” in Los Angeles Magazine. Inside the spacious dining room, forks and spoons grace the tables, though they’re not necessarily the utensils diners should turn to first. Traditionally, Ethiopian feasters scoop up their food with injera bread, and it's no different at Rahel, where the menu consists mainly of vegan wot—a hearty stew and the perfect match for the soft and spongy injera. Diners can dive into 10 types of wot, chockfull of chickpeas, lentils, and potatoes, and sip on traditional drinks, such kombucha tea or 3D—a combination of suff, telba, and besso that CBS Los Angeles calls "addicting."

Rahel Ethiopian Vegan Cuisine

As a dedicated vegan, the eponymous owner of Rahel Ethiopian Vegan Cuisine, Rahel Woldmedhin, foregoes traditional meat and fish dishes for completely animal-free feasts that have helped the eatery win “Best Ethnic Vegan Restaurant” in Los Angeles Magazine. Inside the spacious dining room, forks and spoons grace the tables, though they’re not necessarily the utensils diners should turn to first. Traditionally, Ethiopian feasters scoop up their food with injera bread, and it's no different at Rahel, where the menu consists mainly of vegan wot—a hearty stew and the perfect match for the soft and spongy injera. Diners can dive into 10 types of wot, chockfull of chickpeas, lentils, and potatoes, and sip on traditional drinks, such kombucha tea or 3D—a combination of suff, telba, and besso that CBS Los Angeles calls "addicting."

Customer Reviews

The problem of being so delicious and a popular restaurant is that it draws in huge crowd. The option to call in for reservations would be great. Everything was wonderful!
Sheila G. · February 6, 2013
Check it out it's worth it.
Wendy W. · February 4, 2013
Good food and good service, thank you
Daniel L. · January 31, 2013
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    Mid-Wilshire

    1047 S Fairfax Ave.

    Los Angeles, California 90019

    323-937-8401

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