On the Irving Street strip, you'll find Konjo Café serving up large platters of pulse-based curries on large plates of spongy, soured injera. Split peas, red lentils, green lentils, cabbage and beetroot are cooked down individually with spices and are scooped up onto a platter of Ethiopia's traditional bread for a mere $14. Coffee is served traditionally out of a clay pot and poured at the table to accompany the rib-sticking meal. Vegan buffets and feast nights are put on regularly alongside a spiced tea and coffee ceremony.
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An all-day Ethiopian café serving traditional fare and single-origin Ethiopian coffee
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