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Eating authentically prepared food lets you taste the very essence of a country without chewing on its national flag. Salute global cuisine with this Groupon. Choose From Three Options $20 for a vegetarian Ethiopian meal for two, which includes one appetizer, two vegetarian combos, and two desserts (up to a $41.85 value) $25 for a combo Ethiopian meal for two, which includes one appetizer, one meat combo, one vegetarian combo, and two desserts (up to a $49.85 value) $50 for an Ethiopian meal for four, which includes two appetizers, four meat and veggies combos, and four desserts (up to a ...
Soft sheets of injera scoop dark, spice-laden sauces from servings of lamb, chicken & okra that fill dining room with fragrant steam
Ethiopians have been perfecting their hearty, spicy cuisine for millennia. Join the age-old tradition with a visit to Queen Sheba Ethiopian Cuisine: • $21 ($43 value) for a three-course meal for two • Includes one appetizer salad, one family-style entrée, and two desserts • Nosh on spicy chicken doro wat, garlic sautéed greens, or beef with chickpeas • Savory veggie platter includes spicy lentils, greens, and split yellow peas • Finish up with a sweet treat like baklava or tiramisu • Communal tables and dim lighting give this John Street restaurant casual appeal Want more? Check out Queen Sheba on Facebook.
Welcome to Queen Sheba Ethiopian Cuisine.On behave of our management and staff. We would like to welcome you to Queen Sheba. We are certain you dining experience will be a pleasurable one.We appreciate your patronage, and are always open to customer comments, questions, or concerns.Ethiopia, Food, and CultureUnlike Western culture, Ethiopians place importance on communal dining traditions. Diners eat from a common platter, and the breaking of bread together takes on a strong social significance, for it is considered essential to maintaining loyal bonds and friendship.An example of this is the custom of Gursha, Gursha meaning "mouthful" and refers to placing food in another's mouth, usually as a gesture of friendship and/or affection. Gursha is exchanged between relatives and friends.Ethiopian cuisine is very unique and any dish would be incomplete without the addition of special spices that give each dish its flavor. Mitmita and Berbere are two kinds of spice mixtures used in Ethiopian cooking.The main staple of foods for most Ethiopians are Injera and Wot. Wot is a stew that usually contains a pepper mixture and can be prepared from meats, vegetables, or fish. Injera is a an unleavened bread with a spongy texture, made from Teff, a grain comparable to wheat, which is grown in Ethiopia. A piece of Injera is wrapped around a bite of food and placed into mouth with fingers.
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