Lucy Ethiopian Restaurant & Lounge
6800 Southwest Fwy, Houston
staff wears masks
many vegetarian options
accepts credit cards
good for groups
good for kids
good for dinner
private lot parking
good for dates
good for a late night
good for special occasions
|Tuesday||11AM - 11PM|
|Wednesday||11AM - 11PM|
|Thursday||11AM - 11PM|
|Friday||11AM - 2AM|
|Saturday||11AM - 2AM|
|Sunday||11AM - 11PM|
Hours or services may differ due to COVID-19. Please contact the business directly to verify hours and availability.
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Buna Ethiopian Market
They have a small market with interesting items and good coffee, tea and desserts. It has a nice old world charm and it's part cafe and part boutique. In the boutique you can find traditional Ethiopian products like Frankincense, Ethiopian spices ( Berbere) and music. There is a wide variety of teas and traditional food. VISIT SITE
City: Los Angeles
It's really small, but they use every inch of space to stock various types of legumes, spices, injera, and tons of other goodies. The store is SMALL, but the service is helpful and friendly without being pushy. Go get some injera and some spices.
b/t Glenlake Ave & Hood Ave in Edgewater
Every nook and cranny is stuffed with some sort of sauce, root, dried fruit or cooking device. A gem in New York City and heaven for those inspired gourmet cooks. Kalustyan's is the place to go for all your cooking needs, no matter how esoteric or specialised. They have a huge range of spices and condiments, and by no means are they limited to Indian-style items--they have everything. VISIT SITE
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Whether you are a homesick East African or a budding Indian cook, you'll appreciate the excellent assortment of spices and ingredients in this small, friendly grocery store. Plastic tubs of spices range from the mundane (cinnamon bark, cardamom pods) to the hard-to-find (several hot-and-spicy Ethiopian blends). Prices range from reasonable to insanely cheap.
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This Indian grocery store had the best selection and service in the University City area. This is the place to get Indian groceries in Philadelphia. They've got such a tremendous selection of legumes, condiments, chaat mixes, nuts and fruits, I find things here that I can find nowhere else in the city. If you adore Ethiopian injeeras, you can get a nice sack of them to keep you full for days.
University City, Spruce Hill
This place is an Ethiopian and regular grocery store. Very interesting grocery store. it's very small. It has barbre (ethiopian spicy chili powder) to make a dipping sauce for bread. they also sell njira (ethiopian bread).
With joints like Suya Hut and Afrikiko, Houston has a rich, dynamic West African culture and culinary scene. So much so that No Passport Required featured the local West African experience in an hour-long episode this past January. But considering Africa is a continent of 54 countries and 1.2 billion people, there're plenty more cultures and cuisines to explore. To help you on your journey during the age of COVID, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite Ethiopian spots for takeout and delivery in the Bayou City.
Over the past two decades Blue Nile has grown from being the go-to spot for home cooking for in-the-know Ethiopian expats to one of the most popular restaurants in the city. Although communal eating in its beautiful dining room is certainly one of Blue Nile’s charms, its doro wat (chicken stew with hard-boiled eggs) and dulet (lamb tripe, lamb liver, and ground beef simmered in red chiles, cloves, and ginger) taste just as good in the comfort of your own home, especially when you "plate" your order atop a spongy sheath of the restaurant’s injera bread. Pro tip: indulge in a “family” meal pack via pick-up or delivery to try a little bit of everything.
Bahel Ethiopian Mart & Dining
Bahel doubles as a grocery and restaurant, making it the perfect one-stop shop for curious home cooks looking to replicate those dishes from the restaurant kitchen. No in-house dining is available at this time, which means you don’t even have to think of an excuse to get pick-up or delivery (i.e., change out of sweatpants). Because Bahel is one of the few Ethiopian joints in town with a sizable all-day breakfast menu, we recommend having your own “brinner” party (of one) with an order of its enukal fiifir (scrambled eggs with tomato and pepper), chechebsa (a savory sort of bread pudding served warm and made with flatbread and lots of butter), and kinche (boiled cracked wheat in milk). Bahel also prides itself on its coffee, and for good reason, so bring home a pot of its fresh brew to fuel your post-supper Netflix binge.
Because almost everything is terrific at Lucy Ethiopian, the delivery window may be closed by the time you finally decide your menu, so here’s some help: Start with some sambusa (a triangular deep-fried savory pastry stuffed with green peppers, onions, and your choice of lentils or beef) before tucking into Lucy’s yedoro tibs (tender chicken strips tossed with buttery sautéed onions and pepper), yemisir watt (red lentils in pepper), and gomen watt (spicy stewed collard greens). And for that stubborn member of your household who refuses to try anything new (how’d they end up in your quarantine pod, anyway?), Lucy Ethiopian even offers a burger topped with lettuce, tomato, and mayonnaise with awaze (sauce made from spices and red wine or mead).
Sheger Ethiopian Restaurant
Okay, so you will finally have to put on pants because Sheger doesn’t do delivery, but we promise it’s worth your while if only to try its refreshing kifto, a rare beef dish similar to tartare and seasoned with chile peppers, cardamom, and cloves. Also recommended: yebeg alicha, a sunny-colored lamb stew laced heavily with garlic and onions. Extra injera is also a must for scooping up mouthfuls of the aforementioned stew, as you will find yourself going in for fourth and fifth helpings.
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