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Special Price R 339.00 Regular Price R 560.00

Addis in Cape Ethiopian Restaurant

Addis in Cape extends an invitation to savour the culinary splendour of Africa, with an Ethiopian restaurant offering a unique dining experience tempting foodies of all tastes!

Situated amidst the bustling city centre, this eatery prides itself on maintaining an exceptionally high degree of authenticity, from the traditional furnishings, to the design elements celebrating the rich heritage and customs that make Ethiopians proud. Add to this, the original elements paying tribute to their homeland, from the classic Ethiopian Coffee Ceremony, to the food that is artistically served in a woven basket-like table, with a sourdough pancake foundation used to soak up all the stews and curries presented as a huge platter feast, with each bite different from the one before!

Embrace the culture of our African cousin, with exotic flavours, textures, aromas and herbs and spices, dating back in time, to spice merchants peddling their wares as they made their way along the trade routes that eventually became the catalyst for the sharing of foreign tastes and the joys that they inspired!

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Unique Dining: A 2-Course Ethiopian Dining Experience for 2 People at Addis in Cape Ethiopian Restaurant!

R339 R560
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Deal: A 2-Course Ethiopian Dining Experience for 2 People at only R339 (Value: R560)! 

 

 

Menu Option 1: Mix (Non-Vegetarian)

Starter: 
  • Kategna with Ayeb Begomen and Azifa (non-vegan):Crispy Injera spread with a mix of Berbere (a fiery Ethiopian spice blend) and Kibe (Ethiopian spiced butter) served with a dipping of Azifa (cooked brown lentils, chilled and blended with olive oil, mustard, onions, chopped chili and freshly squeezed lemon) as well as Ayeb be gomen (homemade cottage cheese blended with sautéed kale).
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    Main Course: 
  • Doro Wot (spicy):Chicken drumstick/ fillet marinated in fresh lime juice and simmered in a mixture of freshly chopped onions and garlic. Prepared with Berbere (a fiery Ethiopian spice blend) and a hint of Kibe (Ethiopian spiced butter) for added flavor. 
  • Kai Sega Wot (spicy):Beef cubes slowly cooked with Berbere (a fiery Ethiopian spice blend) and onions for a succulent sauce-like stew that’s rich in flavor.
  • Yebeg Alicha:Lamb sautéed and slow-cooked with chopped garlic, onions and turmeric until the meat is soft and tender.
  • Shimbera Asa Wot (spicy):Homemade chickpea dumplings simmered in a Berbere sauce ( highly recommended amongst Addis in Cape locals.
  • Misir Wot (mild):Split red lentils sautéed with onions and garlic slow-cooked with Berbere (a fiery Ethiopian spice blend) for a mild spice.
  • Kek Alicha: Split yellow peas sautéed with onions, garlic and turmeric for a flavourful bite with each scoop.
  • Tomato Salad:A refreshing tomato and onion salad served with a traditional Ethiopian salad dressing.
  • Gomen:Kale sautéed with onions, garlic and traditional herbs & spices for a unique Ethiopian flavor.
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    Menu Option 2 (Vegetarian/Vegan):

    Starter:
  • Kategna with Azifa and Gomen (vegan):Crispy Injera spread with a mix of Berbere (a fiery Ethiopian spice blend) and olive oil, served with a dipping of Azifa (cooked brown lentils, chilled and blended with olive oil, mustard, onions, chopped chili and freshly squeezed lemon) as well as Gomen (kale sautéed with onions, garlic, herbs and spices for a unique Ethiopian taste).
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    Main Course:
  • Misir Wot (mild):Split red lentils sautéed with onions and garlic slow-cooked with Berbere (a fiery Ethiopian spice blend) for a mild spice.
  • Kek Alicha:Split yellow peas sautéed with onions, garlic and turmeric for a flavourful bite with each scoop.
  • Shimbera Asa Wot (spicy):Homemade chickpea dumplings simmered in a Berbere sauce (highly recommended amongst Addis in Cape locals.
  • Defin Misir Alicha (non-spicy):Whole brown lentils sautéed with onions for a wholesome vegan meal.
  • Pumpkin Alicha:Pumpkin cubes sautéed with garlic, onions, turmeric and a mild sauce to marry the flavors.
  • Mushroom Wot (spicy):Mushrooms are a rarity in Ethiopian cuisine. But at Addis in Cape, they are a specialty. Simmered in Berbere sauce (a fiery Ethiopian spice blend) these mushrooms are stewed to perfection.
  • Tomato Salad:A refreshing tomato and onion salad served with a traditional Ethiopian salad dressing.
  • Gomen:Kale sautéed with onions, garlic and traditional herbs & spices for a unique Ethiopian flavor.


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