Little Ethiopia Restaurant Coupons and Deals
The Fine Print
Limit 1 voucher per person; may purchase up to 1 additional voucher as a gift.Limit 1 voucher per table.Limit 1 voucher per transaction.Tax and gratuity are not included.Voucher value must be used in a single visit.Not valid with any other offers.Valid for dine in.Not valid during happy hour.Not valid towards alcoholic beverages.
Gather round Little Ethiopia’s communal dining tables and roll up your sleeves — you’re gonna need to get your hands a little dirty when you dig into these scrumptious Ethiopian dishes. The menu is chock full of traditional Ethiopian favorites, created with the best quality beef, chicken, fish, and lamb. Vegetarian options also abound, so if you’re more into lentils and peas than cubes of sautéed meat, you’ll still be completely satisfied. All the dishes are flavored with spices imported from Ethiopia, ensuring your meal is as authentic as possible. Make sure you leave the sporks at home because you’ll be eating your entire meal with nature’s utensils — your hands, and soft, chewy bread called Injera, which is made fresh daily in-house.
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The Fine Print
Limit 1 per customer, up to 3 additional as gifts • Limit 1 per table per visit • Reservations required and subject to availability • Merchant cancellation/re-scheduling policy of 24 hours applies; voucher subject to forfeiture • Excludes holidays • Entire value must be used in a single visit
Your mother might have told you not to eat with your hands, but in Ethiopia, feasts are as hands-on as possible. See for yourself when you eat the delectable, diverse, and authentic cuisine at this restaurant, which imports its spices directly from Ethiopia: • $10 for $20 to spend on food and drink • Sample the lunch and dinner menu featuring beef, chicken, lamb, and veggies • Or, stop by for an exotic and filling breakfast Try Your Hand at This Flavorful Meal It's customary in Ethiopia to use your digits to grasp each morsel of delicious cuisine with fresh flatbread known as injera -- but cutlery is available for those who'd rather stick with the familiar utensils. Regulars are crazy about the veggie combo, which combines green peas, cabbage, collard greens, lentils, and yellow chickpeas in an extravaganza of tasty spices. Another favorite at this popular Mid-City eatery is the lega tibs (tender lamb cubes sautéed with onions, tomatoes, and jalapeños). Add a rich coffee, expertly brewed from 100% Ethiopian coffee beans, and you'll want to hand it to Little Ethiopia for providing you with one fantastic fork-free experience. Little Ethiopia Restaurant's Website