Addis Restaurant offers authentic Ethiopian cuisine

  • Assures unique dining adventure at first-ever Ohio African Restaurant Week August 17-27

By Okon Ekpenyong

Okon Ekpenyong

Injera is a unique Ethiopian and Eritrean bread made from ancient teff. It is a spongy, slightly sour flatbread served with almost every meal in Ethiopia and Eritrea. It is usually shared among family and friends and is used to scoop up sauces and dips.

Addis Restaurant, located at 3750 Cleveland Avenue in Columbus, Ohio, has served delicious Ethiopian dishes for years. The menu features traditional Ethiopian dishes, including Doro Wat, Tibs, Injera, and vegan and vegetarian options.

The restaurant is known for its warm and welcoming atmosphere, cozy dining room, and friendly staff. Experience a unique dining adventure at Addis Restaurant during the first-ever Ohio African Restaurant Week on August 17-27 of this year.  

I had the delicious rice dish, and it was cooked perfectly, with the perfect balance of flavors. The rib-eye beef strips were tender and juicy, and the mix of spices gave the word a wonderful aroma. The salad was crisp and fresh, and the mango drink perfectly complemented the meal. It was indeed a delightful experience.

Addis restaurant in Columbus also offers a variety of beverages to choose from. Customers can enjoy freshly made smoothies or sample traditional Ethiopian coffee. Each drink is made with the freshest ingredients and is sure to satisfy any craving.

Testimony from past customers

“This restaurant serves some of the best Ethiopian cuisine ever. The injera bread, spicy curries, and other traditional dishes are well-cooked. You can also find some unique dishes you won’t find anywhere else. The atmosphere is warm and welcoming, and the staff is friendly and helpful. I couldn’t recommend this place more”, said a fan.

“As I bite into the spicy doro wat, the flavors of Ethiopia fill my senses. The veggie platter is a medley of fresh and flavorful vegetables, while the tibs is a savory mix of meats and spices. Finally, the Ethiopian spaghetti is a unique twist on a classic dish. I’m in heaven,” said another fan.

Deba Uwadiae
Deba Uwadiae is a Nigeran American international journalist, Editor-In-Chief and publisher of the New Americans Magazines, Columbus, Ohio, United States. He has reported events and stories from different countries in Africa, Europe, Asia and North America.

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