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Thursday, May 26, 2011

Short Orders

Injera, a large, spongy flatbread that has a slightly tart flavor, adds to the unique experience of dining at an Ethiopian restaurant. All of the entrees are served on top of injera, and it is also your dining utensil—simply tear off a piece and dig in. Local diners looking for this experience can find it at Ethiopian Cottage...
Wednesday, April 13, 2011

City Guide Dining Guide

The 2011 City Guide to Milwaukee's African cuisine.
Wednesday, Oct. 20, 2010

African Restaurant

Africa is a large continent with many nations, so talking about African food is similar to speaking of European food (do you mean fish and chips or pasta?). Ethiopian Cottage is a fine representative of the food of East Africa, where injera—a soft, crepe-like sourdough bread—serves as plate, utensil and part...
Friday, April 9, 2010

Metro Milwaukee Dining Guide

The food of Ethiopia can be fiery. Alem offers a gentler version though their hot pepper sauce still has richness and depth of flavor. Try the doro wot, chicken with a hardboiled egg, in this delicious sauce. There are also beef and lamb versions of this dish. Half of the menu is vegetarian items.
Saturday, Nov. 14, 2009

Ethiopian Cottage

Ethiopian Cottage is both a culinary outpost of East Africa and a repository of an ancient culture insufficiently understood in the West. It’s among the few places north of Chicago offering injera, a soft, crepe-like sourdough bread serving as plate, utensil and the meal itself. Traditional East African stews are arrayed atop...
Monday, April 7, 2008

African Hut

Yinka and Moji Adedokun opened African Hut in 1993 and have been exciting (and educating) our taste buds ever since. Despite an unremarkable interior, the restaurant offers a lively dining experience and a good introduction to the cuisines of several African countries. The meat and vegetarian dishes...