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Adey Abeba

Traditional Ethiopian cuisine (including breakfast!) in a lovely room. Meat-eating fans praise the stews and doro wat; vegetarians love the veggie combination....


Awash


Blue Nile


Cafe Ibex


Cafe Selam

For years, I've turned to the Central District's Cafe Selam for my ful needs. Here the ful is satiny smooth and spicy—the fava beans are lightly pureed with oli...


Cafe Soleil


Chef Cafe

At breakfast, lunch, and dinner, the chef of Chef Cafe, Yihdego Gidey, makes some of Seattle’s best Ethiopian food at bargain prices. The place is comfy and hod...


Dahlak Eritrean Cuisine


East African Imports and Restaurant

This Ethiopian restaurant inside a cheerful import shop at 23rd and Jackson is run by Berhane Amanuel and Megan Eyre, who grind and blend their own spices (with...


Fana's Cuisine


Geni's Ethiopian Corner

This new Ethiopian food stand, which can be found at various farmers markets and food festivals in the area, serves red lentils, injera, tibs plates, potato cur...


Hana's Kitchen


Jebena Cafe

Jebena already leads the highly competitive race for best Ethiopian restaurant in town based solely on the merits of using the freshest ingredients, the best co...


Kaffa Coffee & Wine Bar

Between the heady mix of berbere, coffee, and incense in the air, you may catch a little buzz. There's an attention to detail here—red onions, jalapeños, and to...


Kezira Cafe

Our friend Jill says Kezira Cafe, which used to be Solom, is "still Ethiopian—still really good Ethiopian, in fact, and festively painted purple and orange now....


Kokeb Restaurant


Lucy Ethiopian Restaurant and Lounge


Meskel

Meskel stands out among the sea of Ethiopian restaurants with an atmosphere unlike any other—or rather, three atmospheres. In the main restaurant, on the upper...


Queen Sheba Ethiopian Cuisine


Ras Dashen


Saba Ethiopian Cuisine

I recall walking into Saba one night and finding a Zimbabwean dentist who practices in Tacoma eating a heap of beef. I joined him. As we ate the meat, which was...


Sunset Cafe

Serving a mix of traditional Ethiopian dishes and American diner fare (chicken and waffles, pancakes, hot wings), the deeply beloved Sunset Cafe and Deli is run...


Ubuntu Street Café

The stated mission of Project Feast is "to transform the lives of underserved refugees and immigrants by providing pathways to sustainable employment in the foo...


Wonder Coffee and Sports Bar

Wonder Coffee and Sports Bar is a slick-looking hybrid of a cafe, Ethiopian restaurant, burger joint, sports bar, dessert place, and karaoke/live jazz venue in...

Happy Hour: Daily 4-8 pm.


Zobel Ethiopian Cuisine


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