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Do you have Ethiopian restaurants in Poland ?


imhabesha 1 | -
4 Aug 2011 #1
I was wondering if there are ethiopian restaurants in poland ?
Zman
4 Aug 2011 #2
Not that I know of. At least not in Warsaw.....
JonnyM 11 | 2,620
4 Aug 2011 #3
There used to be a nice Ethiopian place on ul. Dobra, but last time I went past it looked shut. There are one or two African restaurants though.

There's cafe Baobab on ul. Francuska in Saska Kempa, which I think is West African. There's also an African shop in Polna Market.
Polonius3 1,000 | 12,446
7 Aug 2011 #4
In rough terms, what is Ethiopian cookery all about?
southern 75 | 7,096
7 Aug 2011 #5
I think they cook insects from the desert.
Polonius3 1,000 | 12,446
8 Aug 2011 #6
I was seeking bona fide information, not such dubious wit!
grubas 12 | 1,390
8 Aug 2011 #7
In rough terms, what is Ethiopian cookery all about?

I had 2 Ethiopian dishes and both were spicy as hell.
JonnyM 11 | 2,620
8 Aug 2011 #8
In rough terms, what is Ethiopian cookery all about?

It's similar to the cuisine of neighbouring Sudan. But a little spicier. A lot of lamb stews, flatbreads, beans, cakes with honey and very, very good coffee. Excellent fruit juices too, like hibiscus and baobab.
Polonius3 1,000 | 12,446
13 Aug 2011 #9
Re spiciness, how would Ethiopian comapre with Thai cookery?
gumishu 11 | 5,740
13 Aug 2011 #10
I only had an Ethiopian dish once in my life - it was pretty simple rice dish with some meat but very tasty (guess this was the herbs and spices) - and yes it was a bit spicy but they have served chilli peppers seperately - and the chillis were oooouch :) (I have eaten one whole green thing - had a running nose for a while then)
nesoor
26 Jun 2012 #11
stop insulting .first you have to read history .they are a great people with a rich history an ancient country who defeated invaders .have you ever read the battle of Adwa?
pawian 178 | 16,086
26 Jun 2012 #12
first you have to read history .

I have done, do and will do.

have you ever read the battle of Adwa?

Yes.

Any other questions?
Nickidewbear 23 | 584
26 Jun 2012 #13
I went to an Ethiopian or similar restaurant once. I doubted, meanwhile, that many Ethiopians (Kuszim) would come where many Jews were (and still are, though more in the cities now)--Jews and Ethiopians have had a contentious history.
MoOli 9 | 480
26 Jun 2012 #14
stop insulting .first you have to read history .they are a great people with a rich history an ancient country who defeated invaders .have you ever read the battle of Adwa?

Infact I know a Polish undercover cop who is ethopian in warsaw.
Cardno85 31 | 976
26 Jul 2013 #15
Re spiciness, how would Ethiopian comapre with Thai cookery?

It's pretty hard to compare because it's a completely different style of spiciness. Different chillis, different spices and a different effect on the mouth. Best just to try and find somewhere that sells it and give it a try.
Rory_waw
27 Jul 2013 #16
There is an African restaurant on Ulica Andersa close to the junction with Anielewicza in Muranow. The owner is from Nigeria and used to be a football player with Polonia. The food is very good, but I don't know how similar it is to Ethiopian food. Heres the website: lamama.eu


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