Ethiopiques

227 Church Street, Toronto, ON M5B 1Y7, Canada


Practical and useful information

Opening hours
  • Monday, tuesday and wednesday from 17:00 to 22:00
  • Thursday and Friday from 17:00 to 23:00
  • Saturday from 13:00 to 23:00
  • Sunday from 17:00 to 22:00
Amenities
  • Carterer
  • Organization of events
  • Delivery
  • Takeaway
Other information
  • African, East Africa, ethiopian cuisine
  • Means of payment: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Interac, Diners Club
  • Access by metro: station Queen

About the restaurant

Welcome to Ethiopiques. Authentic ethiopian Cuisine. Meat, gluten-free and halal, there's something for everyone. Ethiopiques is rooted by tradition and inspired by contemporary food. With ethiopian cuisine, everyone eats with their fingers from the same tray. Eating with your hand, and perhaps trying the typical ethiopian way of doing it- is a convivial, fun and romantic dining experience. We invite you to enjoy an authentic meal provided to you in a cozy atmosphere with excellence in service and style.


An overview of the restaurant's menu

Minimum price: 2.00 $, Maximum price: 90.00 $

Starters

TimaTim FitFit: ethiopian injera salad made of shredded, injera prepared in a lemon, tomato,jalepeno red onion blend

Defin Misir Soup: whole black lentils with onion, carrots, celery, zucchini and garlic seasoned with bay leaf and rosemary

Vegetarian Sambusa: crispy filo dough stuffed with lentils (served with special house dipping sauce)

Sinig Karya: stuffed jalepeno pepper with onion tomato and spices of pepper

Dishes

Doro Wat (chicken stew): flavorful chicken stew made with unique spices served with boiled egg and cottage cheese

Kitfo (ethio steak tartar): steak tartar infused with traditional spiced clarified butter

Yebeg Alitcha (lamb stew): lamb stewed in a mild sauce with potatoes

Cha Cha (lamb short ribs): lamb short ribs roasted with caramelized onions and jalapeno peppers served with awaze sauce

Key Wot (spicy beef stew): beef simmered in an onion, garlic and berbere sauce

Shiro: roasted ethiopian chick pea stew

Tikil Gomen: sauteed cabbage and potatoes prepared in a special tumeric sauce

Yetaklit Alitcha: yellow split peas cooked in a special tumeric sauce