Cuisine(s)
African, Ethiopian
Price Scale
$$
Description

You know a meal is going to be good when it begins with what look like homemade jugs of tej, sweet, slightly fizzy Ethiopian honey wine. You’ll need to bring a small army to finish it all, but that’s the best way to enjoy the ample servings of sautéed beef tibs and spicy bowls of doro wat (and seemingly never-ending baskets of fresh injera bread) at this spacious Sharpstown restaurant. Groups of five should call ahead to book a traditional lunch or dinner meal that comes with an Ethiopian coffee service for the bargain price of $75.

Meal Times
Breakfast, Dinner, Lunch
Good to Know
Parking, Reservations
Good For
Large Groups, Private Parties
Location