Its antiquated, dimly lit interiors, combined with a television running African pop and folk music videos on loop, fool you into thinking that you’re having a meal in a restaurant in Addis Ababa. (But in fact, you are in Addis A-Nana.) Taye gives you a hands-on (literally) experience of traditional Ethiopian fare. You are encouraged to eat with your hands, a ritual that enhances the enjoyment of eating staples like injera (fermented sourdough flatbread), doro wat (chicken stew), tips (meat sautéed with veggies) and gomen (collard greens). We particularly love the crispy sambussa stuffed with fillings like meat and egg. Finish your meal with traditional Ethiopian coffee, which is served in a jebena pot and with aromatic incense.
|Venue name:||Taye Ethiopian Restaurant|
Soi Sukhumvit 3
|Opening hours:||Open daily 11:30-24:00|