Traditional Ethiopian fare like stews & injera served up in casual, compact environs. Abyssinia is Harlem's premiere Ethiopian dining experience! Vegetarians and meat lovers alike enjoy healthy entrees that are colorful and wonderfully seasoned and deeply satisfying.
Daniel Reta and his wife, Frehiwot, cook the food of their native Ethiopia at this 18-seat eatery, decorated with green-washed walls and photos of the old country. Herbivores can opt for the veggie combo (an assortment of stewed lentils, string beans, collard greens and cabbage), while meat lovers can chow down on chicken doro wat (a red-pepper paste curry) or kitifo (beef tartare kicked up with hot peppers)
268 W 135th St, New York, NY 10030, United States