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Welcome to Lucy Lounge & Restaurant Lucy Lounge & Restaurant is well known for its unique and interesting decor as well as its humble and courteous staff. You can find us at the St. George Street in Arada Sub City, Next to National Museum, Addis Ababa Ethiopia. We look forward to serving you!
Arat-kelo national museum Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Welcome to Kategna Restaurant A banquet in KATEGNA will let you experience the Ethiopian way of life, where dining is characterized by sharing food from a common plate, signifying the bonds of loyalty, family, love and friendship. The dishes are prepared with a variety of unique spices, which lend an unforgettable outstanding aspect to it’s out of the ordinary cuisine. All of our foods are prepared with fresh spices blended daily and our sauces are prepared as ordered. The friendly staff and warm decor makes KATEGNA the perfect place to relax with family and friends. While we offer many traditional Ethiopian meat dishes, we are sensitive to the needs of our vegan customers. Traditionally we prepare many authentic Ethiopian dishes that are vegan, without the use of any animal products. A great place to try Ethiopian food, we serve a range of entrées that are good quality and reasonably priced. We also have a coffee ceremony complete with traditional methods of preparation and incense.
Cameroon Street Bole Millenium, Addis Ababa Ethiopia
The 2000 habesha cultural restaurant is opened with aim of entertaining its beloved guests and promoting Ethiopian culture. The interior decoration is nothing, but Ethiopian historical background and life style, Situated in one of the new quarters of Addis Ababa, bole medhanialem, near Atlas hotel adjacent to Bilo’s pastry. 2000 habesha cultural restaurant its adored guests by serving an extensive range of culture cuisine and presenting a variety of tribal songs and dances from different nations and nationalities of the country. Mission The 2000 habesha cultural restaurant is opened in the vicinity of international communities in Addis Ababa to extend our cultural values to the world in connection with the comminatory foreign Reside here .it present you an extensive rang of cultural cuisine , a wile range variety of drinks, various tribal songs and assortment of dances from around the country. Vision The2000 habesha cultural restaurant should be flourishes and as lend to the rest of the country for more valuable service of its kind. We are striving to show more of it kind at various place in order to enlighten the culture of dining experience and live music of folkloric band. Assets The 2000 habesha cultural restaurants believe that […]
On Bole road on the direction of Namibia St. (Bole Medhanealem) On the left opposite to Rommy Burger.
Bata Traditional Restaurant & Bar is located off from Bole road to Rwanda Embassy and straight down about a 800 meters and Bata Restaurant will be on your right hand side. Bole Rwanda Ethiopia, Addis Ababa Ethiopia. Bata is delighted to welcome you to experience the finest Ethiopian cuisine and modern bar in the city with the best greenery. Bata is truly a masterpiece in its own right way with a perfect surrounding with eye catching sculptures and wonderful nature. Bata will certainly make you feel a sense of calm and tranquil. Bata is well known as a quiet and convenient place to relax and a perfect place to run away from the busy and hectic city.
800 mt. from Rwanda Embassy, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
OUR HISTORY Fendika Cultural Center was established in 2016, but the original Fendika Azmari Bet opened its door in the early 1990s, when the neighborhood of Kazanchis sported 25 similar places. While the other azmari bets disappeared due to the pressure of Addis Ababa’s rapid development, Fendika has survived until today thanks to Melaku’s passion for Ethiopian music and dance, his belief in the power of art and creativity in building communities, enthusiastic attendance of concerts and events by local and international friends, and many other forms of support we have been blessed with (fundraising, invitations to music festivals, press coverage, etc.). When Melaku began managing Fendika Azmari Bet in 2008, he pioneered a system where musicians and dancers at Fendika receive monthly salaries, breaking away from the custom where they only earned tips. Melaku had danced for tips only for 12 years and knows the pain of having to dance to please customers. The new compensation system enables artists to focus on creative expressions and to develop their talent. Since 2009, Ethiocolor Traditional Band has been performing at Fendika Azmari Bet every other Friday, drawing standing-room-only crowds. At the same time, Fendika touring group has been sharing Ethiopian music […]
Zewditu Street, Kazanchis, Kirkos Sub City, Addis Ababa
Ethiopia’s ‘Cultural Ambassador’ Additional Information Branch 1: Bole Medhanialem area, Next to Brass Hospital (only 5 minute away from Addis Ababa Bole International Airport). Tel. +251 (0) 116 612 985, Fax +251 (0) 116 639 827 Branch 2: Sar Bet area, near Ethiotelecom Office. Tel. +251 (0) 113 720 607 Fax: +251 (0)113 714 171 Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Welcome A unique place colored with history, where food is traditionally served in Mesob, a tabletop woven from straw, where you will have an excellent hosting right in the very spot reserved, in addition a significance of respect in the Ethiopian culture. A banquet in Dimma will let you experience the Ethiopian way of life, where dining is characterized by sharing food from a common plate, signifying the bonds of loyalty, family, love and friendship.The dishes are prepared with a variety of unique spices, which lend an unforgettable outstanding aspect to it’s out of the ordinary cuisine.
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
About Us Zoma is an ethiopian restaurant established in 2005. We honor and continue the old tradition of fresh ingridients, low and slow cooking (braising) and balanced flavoring whileserving our customers in an atmosphere thats modern and friendly. Amultitude of herbs and spices . . . cinnamon, nutmeg, cardamom, ginger, cloves, fenugreek, turmeric, coriander, cumin, rosemary, basil and thyme . . . mark Ethiopian cuisine thanks to its location on ancient trade routes. Each dish is simmered with its herbs, spices and “kibe”, Ethiopian refined butter. The result is a delectable stew with complex flavorings and layers of taste.ﾠ In addition to beef, meat and chicken, the Ethiopian menu includes numerous vegetarian dishes. The religious Christian and Muslim population observes a large number of meatless days and Ethiopian vegetarian dishes use grains such as chickpeas, lentils and split peas as spreads, stews or salads. Greens also form part of the Ethiopian vegetarian diet. Ethiopian dishes range from mild to spicy to extra spicy. The mild dish es rely on a multitude of flavorings such as ginger, turmeric and fenugreek, and are mild enough for most palates. Spicy dishes are made with “berbere” – jalapeno chili peppers dried in the sun […]
2084 Frederick Douglass Blvd (8th Ave), Corner of 113th St. New York NY 10026
Ethiopia is one of the ancient countries located in the Horn of Africa, with a large population, diversified culture and traditions. Ethiopia is said to be one of the nature’s finest spices garden. Traditional Ethiopian food consists of Injera and Wot. Injera is a thin crepe like flat bread made of Teff, an iron rich cereal grain predominantly grown in Ethiopia. Wot is spicy sauce that can be made with beef, lamb, chicken or any numberﾠof vegetables and / or cereals: such as lentil and split peas. The main ingredient is berbere, a hot spice that combines red pepper, cumin, cardamom, ginger, and coriander and other similar spices. The hottest, most peppery food in all of Africa is found to be in Ethiopia. Dinning in Ethiopia is characterized by the ritual of breaking Injera and eating from the same plate signifying the bonds of loyalty and friendship. The meal normally served on a MESOB, a large plate of colorful woven basket table with a variety of dishes arranged on Injera. Zeni Ethiopian Restaurant proudly brings the real taste of this traditional Ethiopian food to the Bay Area with the most welcoming atmosphere. Our dishes are characterized by variety of exotic […]
1320 Saratoga Ave, San Jose, CA 95129