February 23, 2006

Ghenet in SoHo

POST #    2055

For Johnny's birthday dinner, Katie organized a substantial sized gathering for Ethiopian food at Ghenet. I had previously only had Ethiopian at Meskerem. It was the perfect type of meal for a group of our size - especially with all the food we got.

Pictured top to bottom are the sambusa, engouday tibs, kitfo (I think), and several main meat dishes - yebeg tibs, shrimp and scallop tibs, doro wett, and the siga wett - with vegetable dishes around them. With plenty of injera, it's safe to say that we were all full when we left.

Posted by tien mao in Food/Drink at 8:06 AM



Beautiful photos. I could almost smell the spices! I know precisely nothing about Ethiopian cuisine, but I now have Ghenet's site and the Wikipedia entry on the subject open to learn.

Posted by: Schizohedron at March 1, 2006 2:26 PM

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