11 places to feast on beef tibs, veggie samplers, and all the injera
Ethiopian cuisine is widely known for being intentionally communal, with each meal centered around injera. The spongy bread made from the ancient grain teff doubles as a vessel to scoop up traditional orders like tibs served in trophy-like bowls, doro wot, or dollops of different stews, colorful veggies, and spices.
The Twin Cities is known for having a decently sized East African population that hails from Ethiopia, and there are several pockets of great Ethiopian eateries around town in Cedar-Riverside, Midway, and Standish that command a loyal and ardent following.
Here are 11 spots to savor the culinary delights of Ethiopia atop a bed of injera.
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