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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