Best Ethiopian Cuisine In Atlanta

February 29, 2012 12:00 AM
Best Ethiopian Cuisine In Atlanta
" If you are looking for the perfect balance of family-style dining and exotic taste combinations, Ethiopian cuisine is a great option. Dishes are ordered individually, but served on a platter covered with injera bread. For utensils, more of the spongy injera bread is served to aid you in grasping and scooping up your meal. Ethiopian restaurants can cater to both meat eaters and vegetarians and the vegetarian dishes are some of the more accessible options for newcomers. These Atlanta restaurants offer the best of Ethiopian food and experience.

Desta Ethiopia Kitchen 3086 Briarcliff Road Atlanta, GA 30329 (404) 929-0011 Save to foursquare Prices: $9-15 Hours: Mon to Thurs – 9 a.m. to 12 a.m., Fri to Sun – 9 a.m. to 1 a.m.

Repeatedly ranked as the Best Ethiopian Food in Atlanta by Creative Loafing readers and other websites, you can expect the best quality Ethiopian staple dishes at Desta. Authentic options include Gomen (collards or spinach greens), Misir (a lentil dish), Kitfo (stewed meat dish) and Dulet. The servers and informative menu will make a newbie’s experience less daunting. In addition, this location has several options that cater to the more American palate including breakfast, sandwich, and pasta dishes and less spicy entrees. This location also sets itself apart with a slightly more upscale décor and consistently high quality of ingredients. "

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