The ample options from the fresh buffet and fixed vegetarian and non-vegetarian menu provide a perfect window into Ethiopian cuisine, which features bold flavors and lots of aromatic spices:
• $10 for $20 to spend on food (valid Monday through Thursday)
• $7 ($15 value) for a one-hour Ethiopian coffee ceremony for two people
• Easily sharable dishes are often soaked up with spongy flatbread
"It's such a great experience to try something completely new. The employees were more than hospitable and were willing to walk us first timers through the dining process. The food was incredible and filling! We had plenty of leftovers."
- LivingSocial Member
Food includes everything from doro wot (chicken and boiled egg simmered in spices, herbs, berbere, garlic, and ginger) to Awazie chicken, beef, lamb, or vegetables.
The Ethiopian coffee ceremony comes with a tasting of authentic Ethiopian coffees, fresh baklava, and a bit of information about heritage and where the coffee comes from.
PAID VALUE DOES NOT EXPIRE
PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES ON December 5, 2013
Queen Sheba Ethiopian Cuisine
$20 to Spend on Ethiopian Food, or a Sunday Ethiopian Coffee Ceremony for Two People
- from $10