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Authentic Ethiopian vegan food in South Tel Aviv.
Gather around the table of this Southern Tel Aviv foodie gem for a homey vegan Ethiopian feast. Set your sights on the injera bread, a gigantic sourdough flatbread resembling a spongy pancake made from nutrient-rich teff flour. Injera is served in the middle of the table and topped with an assortment of slow-cooked stews and toppings.
The selection of colorful mixtures includes options such as the Shiro, a spicy pea and hummus stew, as well as cooked chard leaves and Ethiopian tahini. Use your hands to scoop up the spicy mixture into the injera bread and pop each flavorful combination in your mouth! Although utensils are completely unnecessary at an Ethiopian lunch, you will need them for the Kita Fit-Fit, a comfort dish in which cubes of bread are cooked in sunflower butter with a blend of spices like ginger and garlic and then covered in tomato sauce.
For dessert, try the gluten-free flan-like pudding made from teff flour, ginger, coconut, cinnamon and walnuts, sweetened with maple syrup.
27 Chlenov St
|Price:||Dinner for two (including drinks): around NIS 140|
|Opening hours:||Sun-Thu 11:00-23:00, Fri 11:00-One hour before Shabbat, Sat Closed (Open for private family dinners on request)|