Ethiopian food is generally eaten without silverware, which promotes better sharing of plates and fewer trials and appeals on who has dish duty. Dig into new flavors with this Groupon.
- $15 for three Groupons, each valid for $10 worth of Ethiopian breakfast, lunch, or coffee
- See the menu
Saba Ethiopian Cuisine
Though every dish at Saba Ethiopian Cuisine is finger-licking good, it's generally frowned upon to actually lick fingers. That's because in lieu of utensils, chefs serve their signature Ethiopian dishes with a spongy flatbread called injera. These stretchy, slightly sour slices of unleavened bread can be torn into hand-sized pieces that easily scoop up Ethiopian stews. While hearty dinner stews are not Saba Ethiopian Cuisine's menu, traditional breakfast items are, including kita fir-fir, made from shredded injera with spices. When combined with eggs, the entree livens the palate with playful flavors. More familiar entrees such as quiche, pancakes, and sausages grace the menu and the breakfast buffet, along with lunch portions of sambusas filled with tender lentils and beef. Free wifi is always on offer, and enjoy an Ethiopian coffee ceremony.
“The food is delicious but my second visit gave me a massive case of food poisoning.”