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.
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Lucy’s Story Over forty years ago, in the Ethiopian town of Hadar, scientists discovered Lucy, a fossil that forever changed our understanding of human evolution. The discovery of Lucy provided the missing link in our evolutionary spectrum, and proof that we all, in some way, originate from Africa. The archaeological team who made the discovery celebrated that night by drinking lots of wine, dancing and playing the famous Beatles song ‘Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds’ all night long. Her Amharic name ‘Dinkinesh’ means ‘you are marvelous’. Here at Lucy, we hope to create a magical night for you too, and to share the food, warmth and rich culture of majestic Ethiopia with you.
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 […]
About Us Awash Ethiopian Restaurant is Edmontonﾒs best Ethiopian Restaurant. You will not leave disappointed when you dine with us. All of our dishes are delicious. If you’re not sure what to order try the Zilzil Tibs, the Key Lamb Tibs, or the Veggie Combo!
Teff is the most important ingredient in Ethiopian cooking. Itﾒs one of the worldﾒs oldest grains, itﾒs gluten-free and rich in minerals, making it perfect for many dishes. One such speciality isﾠinjera, the national dish of Ethiopia, a flatbread that we at Abyssinia Restaurant serve with every meal. If you would like to try injera, or any of the delicacies that we serve ﾖ for example Ethiopian style lamb roasted with onions, tomatoes and peppers ﾖ then weﾒd love to welcome you along to our restaurant in Munich. Tsion Bellete-Assefa
Who we are Zighni, doro wet, derek tips and St George beer.ﾠYour experience in the world of Ethiopian and Eritrean cuisine could begin at the tables of our Habesha.ﾠWe are close to the historic center of Bologna, in a casual and familiar place where, we promise you, you will immediately feel at home.ﾠIn fact, when it comes to food, conviviality is always the basis of the Ethiopian tradition.ﾠSo take a seat, tear off a piece of bread and start tasting meat-based but also vegetarian dishes, which tell of distant lands.ﾠConclude this trip to North Africa with the Ethiopian coffee ritual, which we propose again faithful to tradition, and you will want to start all over again!
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
About Mesob is a traditional Ethiopian restaurant in High Street, Northcote, Melbourne, serving fresh, beautiful, food with only the best Ethiopian and Australian ingredients. The Amharic word Mesob means ﾑbreadbasketﾒ and itﾒs where Ethiopians keep our injera, our traditional flat bread on which we serve our beautiful stews, which are made with traditional herbs and spices. But more importantly, the Mesob is round and as we sit around it at mealtimes, it signifies the communal eating that makes Ethiopian meals so important culturally and socially. Whether itﾒs date night or a big group celebration, eating at Mesob is a time to catch up and connect around the table. Staying true to Ethiopian style of dining, Mesob’s menu is designed to share, we also encourage (though it’s not compulsory) to eat with your hands, just like you’re at a cafe in Addis Ababa and you can wash it all down with an Ethiopian beer, Tej, just like the locals do! Our drinks list features both local and international wine and beer, but you can always grab a cocktail if thatﾒs more your style. Our injera is specially made with organic Teff flour, a whole, gluten-free grain with significant nutritional benefit.ﾠHalf the […]
The world of cuisine has more to offer than Züri Gschnätzlets and Kebap. Enjoy East African authenticity paired with a dash of Circle 3 ambience – Habesha: The restaurant for Ethiopian and Eritrean specialties in Zurich. Get involved in broadening your horizons.ﾠThe Ethiopian-Eritrean cuisine offers extensive menus with or without meat.ﾠBeef, lamb or chicken, vegetables, racy sauces, lentils, chickpea puree, injera – a flatbread made from teff flour – and berbere – a spicy mix of spices – are what make it special. ABOUT US The Habesha restaurant is a family business.ﾠThe Habtemariam family warmly welcomes you. Habescha is a term used by Ethiopians and Eritreans to describe themselves. It is a concept of pride and is used to distance differentiation between different tribes, as well as to celebrate the unification of people themselves region. For example, one asks: “Are you Habesha?” Instead of “Are you Ethiopian or Eritrean?”.