Set aside the silverware and discover the charms of Etete, a cozy family-owned Ethiopian restaurant spicing up the U Street corridor and drawing rave reviews from Washingtonian. Stop by for a delicious deviation of the dining-out norm:
• $20 for $40 to spend on food and drink
• Menu features slow-simmered stews and a wide selection of veggie dishes
• 9th Avenue spot is open seven days a week from 11 a.m. to 1 a.m.
"I drive an hour each way just to eat there. The food is incredible, and the family-owned atmosphere is warm." - LivingSocial Member
Develop Your African Appetite
Dig into rich sauces and stews showcasing ingredients such as lentils, collards, and lamb, all waiting to be scooped up with injera, a tangy flatbread. Try the sambusas -- turnovers stuffed with flavorful lentils or beef. Or, taste the yebeg wat, a tender lamb stew cooked with onion, garlic, ginger, and berbere. Finish with one of this spot's strong, aromatic coffees to find out why Citysearch reviewers are calling Etete one of the best Ethiopian restaurants in town.
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$40 to Spend on Authentic Ethiopian Cuisine
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