While Ethiopian food is new to most, it is definitely deserving of a first taste. While the names may appear exotic to many, the recipes often have a familiar ingredient. For example, Doro Tibs is a popular menu item that consists of cubes of chicken that are sautéed in spicy wine and butter. Try a dish like this one, prepared a fresh and exciting way.
All of the Ethiopian entrees at Queen of Sheba Ethiopian Restaurant are served with three vegetable sides and injera. Beef entrees are sure to please, whether it is the Zigni Wott—small chunks of beef drizzled in a spicy pepper sauce—or Zuresh Ekefegn—strips of beef that have been sautéed with greens in wine and butter. Ethiopian food is guaranteed to perk up guests’ taste buds and ensure a dining experience that is as memorable as it is enjoyable.
Even vegetarian guests are sure to find an entrée to tantalize their palates. The Combination Plate is available vegetarian style, with a generous portion of all vegetable entrees on one plate. In addition, delicious salad options are always available.
Finally, guests at this Dallas location are sure to appreciate the perfect Ethiopian style beverage to accompany their Ethiopian food. For those who desire spirits, honey wine is a very popular choice. Others will love spiced tea, or Shahi, that is non-alcoholic and served hot or cold.
The icing on the cake is a fresh cup of Ethiopian coffee, a fitting conclusion to any meal.