Abyssinian Kitchen an Ethiopian Restaurant ( Ethiopian Yellow Pages) was Established in 2015. Operating a restaurant that serves authentic Eritrean and Ethiopian cuisine with gracious and unmistakably Habesha hospitality has always been my dream. Recognizing the time commitment a restaurant venture would demand I deferred the pursuit of my dream until our three children have grown for there is nothing more important to me than my family. Being a first generation immigrant, l seek experiences that bring together people from diverse backgrounds and break down barriers. I believe my cooking has the power to do just that. In the dishes I serve you will taste soulful cuisine with intricate pairing of robust spices and seasonings prepared with love. You’ll not only taste a uniquely delicious cuisine but also experience the rich tradition and culture that embodies it. Elsa Owner & Chef
Our Ethiopian & Eritrean dishes are prepared using only the freshest ingredients. Locally sourced produce, quality meat products and authentic spice blends made in-house – we take pride in our food.We believe you will taste the difference and hope you enjoy your dining experience While we offer many traditional dishes, options and alternatives are available to guests with special dietary needs – please ask your server. We serve 100% teff injera (gluten free).
Our Ethiopian and Eritrean dishes are prepared using only the freshest ingredients. Locally sourced produce, quality meat products and authentic spice blends made in-house – we take pride in our food. We believe you will taste the difference and enjoy your dining experience. While we offer a variety of traditional dishes, we’re also sensitive to guests with special dietary needs. Options and alternatives are available.
Delicious, delicious food. Friendly and attentive service. The restaurant is tucked inside a nicely renovated home ( clean lines) and tastefully decorated. We went on the early side, so didn’t have to wait but there was quite a crowd gathering by the time we left (around 7). There was a distinct taste to each dish and the vegetables were cooked just right. Highly recommended the veggie tasting combo for $17. You get a little bit of everything. The lamb dish had just the right amount of spices added to it, Doro Wot was mouthwateringly yummy. The food was served hot, but sweeping it up with the Injera protects your fingers from the heat. Make sure to go with friends who are hand-washers, because no hot towels are provided beforehand .