Taste of Ethiopian Spicy food


Our  Story
What makes Taste of Ethiopia Special?
Woinee Mariam and her husband, Solomon Hailu don’t believe that they are simply restaurant owners. They believe that they have a responsibility to the people of the Austin community to serve meals made with love and real ingredients, not grease and pre-packaged preservatives. Not a single dish leaves the kitchen without Woinee’s own seal of approval. You will enjoy foods her relatives in Ethiopia would prepare. Open your mind to new traditions of eating with your hands from large family-style platters, which can only be shared with family or friends. Push the energy through your body with a cup of java directly from the birthplace of coffee…Ethiopia.
Gluteen free option
  We offer an optional gluten free Injera, made from hundred percent Teff. Ask your server before ordering.

Our Food

For those that are skeptical of what you may find, just imagine a new take on the food your grandmother would server. Beef Tibs, green beans, lentils, cabbage, lamb, chicken, collard greens and potatoes piled high on a plate of injera bread used to scoop the food onto your pallet. We dare you to find an unnatural ingredient displayed before you. And don’t worry about the kids, with four of her own Woinee knows how to make any face smile. We also invite you to try thevegetarian lunch buffet served on weekdays from 11 a.m to 2 p.m.We bet you won’t miss the meat!
Come for the food stay for coffee 
        Coffee has such a deep meaning in Ethiopian culture. From its different brewing style to its amazing taste, Ethiopian coffee is exceptional. Ethiopia is where coffee meats tradition, or in other word Ethiopia’s gift to the world. We brew our coffee at Taste of Ethiopia the traditional way and serve our customers that unique experience.
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