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.
HERE ARE SOME OTHER ETHIOPIAN RESTAURANTS
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Welcome to Tsion Cafe As long time residents of Harlem, we wanted to bring something fresh, healthy, delicious to the taste buds and supportive the artistic talent that is near and far. We are committed to honoring that heritage by providing a space for regular arts events, including live music, poetry nights, film screenings, a writers series and more. Tsion Cafe is that place and hope you enjoy.
Blue Nile is an Ethiopian Restaurant on Allen St, just off Courtenay Place. Blue Nile started out at the Newtown Market on Saturdays, but people couldn’t get enough of the unique flavors of Ethiopian food and the special bread Injera – so now you can try out the food any day of the week. We’re also fully licensed for you to enjoy a beer or wine with your meal. Blue Nile was opened so that people can have a place to gather with friends and share traditional Ethiopian food. Many of the dishes are combination platters that allow you to share and try out a range of different dishes – with options for meat eaters, vegetarians and vegans. If you feel like trying something new and delicious, head down to 22 Allen St.
Addis in Dar is Tanzania’s longest running and a best-known Ethiopian restaurant. Here, the tastes of one of the world’s most unique cuisines are served in a traditional, soothing and intriguing atmosphere. Having the chance to dine beneath the stars, our restaurant brings together Ethiopian decor, a magical setting, and authentic cuisine. You could even partake in an Ethiopian coffee ceremony on a moonlit night. We offer an exotic culinary adventure, commencing with ceremonial hand-washing as you sit on carved Ethiopian-design chairs and enjoy your meal from large shared plates brought to your woven Mesob (traditional table). We look forward to welcoming you to Addis in Dar for an enchanting and unforgettable experience.
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 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?”.
Located in the heart of Columbia Heights, Washington, DC, LETENA is the spot for authentic and inspired Ethiopian cuisine, great coffee andﾠexoticﾠcocktails. Health and culture are at the root of Letena which means “for health” in Amharic, so to live up to the brandﾒs name, only natural and premium ingredients are used throughout its offerings.ﾠWith special attention given to quality ingredients, vegetarians, vegans, meat lovers and adventurous diners alike are offered authentic Ethiopian and inspired original dishes that have won accolades from various publications and review platforms including Food Network, Washingtonian, Trip Advisor and Yelp. With oversized windows, high ceilings, modern open kitchen design, walls adorned by an impressive collection of traditional Ethiopian artifacts and paintings, the interior combines the feel of an art gallery with an intimate and cozy dining space. Up to 60 people can be comfortably accommodated in the front section and a further 20 people may be seated in its private space that is decorated and designed with upscale urban Ethiopian dining rooms in mind.
A History Of Delightful Memories World Marathon Ethiopian Restaurant is a combination of pungent and warm spices from all over Ethiopian which are delicately blended to create the dishes we present to you. Each dish has its own distinctive flavour and aroma thanks to the fresh spices that are prepared everyday for each individual dish. The blending and preparation of fresh spices is centuries-old, rigorous craft indispensable to Ethiopian culture.