Join us at ArtsRiot for Ethiopian Night! This is a special event that only happens on select Sundays. The entire meal is prepared by Alganesh Michael and Mulu Twelde in the ArtsRiot kitchen.
You’ll want to start by ordering a veggie platter…
a) VEGGIE PLATTER FOR ONE
b) VEGGIE PLATTER FOR TWO
Each Veggie Platter includes the following five vegetable dishes which are served on a platter of injera:
Yemesser Watt | Split orange lentils cooked with spicy berbere
Yemesser Alicha | Split orange lentils cooked with onion, garlic, ginger and curry seasonings
Gomen | Chopped greens slow cooked with onion, tomato, celery, garlic and ginger
Engudey Watt | Mushrooms slowly cooked with spicy berbere, onion, tomato, garlic, ginger, and herbs
Yatakilt Alicha | Carrots, potato, green beans, sautéed in onion, garlic, & ginger
Add meat(s) if you like!
Spicy tender chicken (2 drumsticks) simmered with onion, tomato, spicy berbere, garlic, Ethiopian seasoned butter, and served with a boiled egg. A delicate dish prepared for special guests & occasions.
Beef braised in spicy berbere, onion, tomatoes, garlic, and Ethiopian butter.
A lamb sauce that is a mild version of a traditional “Watt”, complimented by rosemary and mixed with tomatoes, garlic, Ethiopian butter and other spices.
Berbere: A key ingredient in Ethiopian and Eritrean cuisine. Berbere is a spice mixture of dried red hot peppers, onion, garlic, tomato, ginger & herbs.
Injera: An Ethiopian sourdough-risen flatbread with a unique, slightly spongy texture. Traditionally made with teff flour. Our injera is handmade, using approximately one-half teff flour and one-half regular wheat flour. Teff is a grass with edible seeds, native to Ethiopia.
Rice is available as a substitute for injera for a gluten free option
Veggie Platters are entirely vegan
*The ArtsRiot menu is not offered during Ethiopian Night.
*Reservation only. Please call 802.540.0406 in order to make your reservation.