East African Restaurant

Ghenet (Ethiopian Restaurant)
284 Mulberry Street (between Houston and Prince)
Manhattan (212) 343-1888
This Ethiopian restaurant got rave reviews in the March 1999 issue of Gourmet magazine. Dishes mentioned include injera and kategna (injera spread with berbere), kitfo (steak tartare), a lemony salad, a variety of watts (stews) made with meats and vegetables, and tej, or honey wine. The decor is clean and modern, and prices are reasonable.

Awash Restaurant (Ethiopian Restaurant)
947 Amsterdam Ave
New York City
(212) 961-1416
open Monday through Friday 1 p.m. to 12 a.m., Saturday and Sunday noon to 12 a.m.

Ghenet (Ethiopian Restaurant)
284 Mulberry Street (between Houston and Prince)
Manhattan (212) 343-1888
This Ethiopian restaurant got rave reviews in the March 1999 issue of Gourmet magazine. Dishes mentioned include injera and kategna (injera spread with berbere), kitfo (steak tartare), a lemony salad, a variety of watts (stews) made with meats and vegetables, and tej, or honey wine. The decor is clean and modern, and prices are reasonable.

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