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Michelin-reviewed Ethiopian restaurant serving a variety of meat and vegetarian classics on Injera bread.

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CREDELLtop reviewer
7 ratings7 reviews
February 16, 2020
The groupon coupon was not updated on the cash back part. Outside of that, the food was good.
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venyar
3 ratings2 reviews
January 31, 2020
Food is excellent. Atmosphere is grate. Great place for dining alone or with a large group .
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Raintop reviewerhelpful reviewer
9 ratings6 reviews3 photos
January 15, 2020
Always a great time at Ras Dashen
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Raquel
38 ratings3 reviews
December 31, 2019
Long wait
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Angelatop reviewer
54 ratings26 reviews
December 27, 2019
Great food nice atmosphere
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peter
8 ratings2 reviews
December 19, 2019
Fantastic as always.
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Jazantop reviewer
10 ratings6 reviews
November 3, 2019
Great food
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patricktop reviewer
20 ratings13 reviews
October 30, 2019
Delicious
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About Ras Dashen Ethiopian Restaurant

Growing up in the shadow of Ras Dashen—Ethiopia's tallest mountain—Zenash Beyene spent her childhood grinding teff and coffee, preparing wats, and learning the best ways to use her mother's collection of spices. By aged 10, Zenash was adeptly cooking family feasts. In the years since, she left her family's kitchen to open Ras Dashen Ethiopian Restaurant, where she works as the chef.

From the Press
  • Named one of the top five Ethiopian restaurants in Chicago by WBEZ
  • "We’ve enjoyed the stewlike meats at other Ethiopian restaurants, but here grilled meats stand out: lamb seared to scrumptious caramelization, fish crusted with light coconutty char, and beef dressed with piquant berbere sauce." — Chicago Reader
  • "To get the real Ethiopian experience, though, you want something that says 'berbere' in the description. Ras Dashen's take on the traditional chili, ginger, cardamom, coriander, cinnamon, fenugreek, et al. spice mix is warm, aromatic, rich, and spicy, and could make cardboard taste amazing." — Serious Eats
Skip the Silverware

Fingers work better than forks at Ras Dashen Ethiopian Restaurant. Instead of utensils, tables receive sides of injera: spongy flatbread made from teff, an Ethiopian cereal grass. Diners tear off small pieces of injera and dip them in stewed meats and vegetables heaped atop communal platters. The flatbread's natural tang complements the bold spice of dishes such as chicken and egg simmered in berbere sauce and pan-seared tilapia with ginger and black pepper.