Breakfast

1. Ethiopian Foul
Fava beans with tasty spices, served warm with a side of bread or injera. Garnished with olive oil, green onions, feta cheese, diced tomato and jalapenos, each bite is full of flavor

2. Kinchay “Couscous”
Try this healthy meal, often served hot 
with fresh authentic kebaye*, a little bit of mitmita* and a side of spiced tea

3. Enqulal Be Siga
Scrambled eggs mixed with beef and sautéed onions served with injera

4. Enqualal Firfir
Scrambled eggs mixed with sautéed onions, served with injera

5. Enqualal Sandwich
A simple breakfast sandwich with eggs on French bread

6. Sardines
Sardines, olive oil and chopped onions and jalapenos served w/ bread

7. Kita Fir Fir

Beverages

  • Traditional Ethiopian coffee
  • Tea
  • Perrier Natural Mineral Water
  • Bottle of Soda- Fanta, Coca Cola, Sprite
  • Can of Soda

Lunch & Dinner

1. Tibs
Cubed beef mixed with green peppers, onions, seasoned butter and at request with awaze hot sauce

2. Gored Gored (Tiray siga)
Raw, cubed beef served with awaze. Another popular Ethiopian delicacy

3. Kitfo
Finely chopped tender beef seasoned with spiced butter and mitmita. Served raw, mild or well done

4. Goden Tibs
Beef ribs cooked with onion, hot peppers and seasoned butter with your choice of a side of awaze

5. Key Wot Siga
Chopped beef, simmered in a hot and thick berbere sauce, butter and spice

6. Alicha Wot Siga
Seasoned and marinated chopped beef sauteed with onion, garlic, jalapeno and spice

7. Kikil
Beef chunks cooked in spiced butter mixed with fresh jalapeno and injera shreds

8. Quanta Firfir
Spiced beef jerky sautéed with onion, garlic, berebere sauce and seasoned butter mix with injera

9. Yesega Combination
A mix of key wot siga, alicha wot siga, tibs and kitfo

10. Vegetarian Combination
A mix of gomen wot (collard greens, onions, garlic, and jalapenos), misir alicha wot (a rich savory lentil sauce), misir key wot (another rich savory lentil sauce) and a side of freshly chopped tomatoes with onions and jalapenos

*Health Department Warning: Consuming raw or undercooked meat, poultry, seafood, shellfish and eggs may increase your risk of food borne illness.