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Restaurant Guide / African
For advice, recommendations, and words of warning, check out our restaurant reviews in the Dining Out section.
Addis Abeba Cafe
Address:  Zemlyanoy Val ul., 6, str. 1
Metro:  Kurskaya
Tel:  +7 495 916-2432
Open:  from 11:00 until 24:00
All major credit cards are accepted.
Web:  cafe-addisabeba.com
Possibly the only place to get Ethiopian food in Moscow. So if you have a hankering for heavily spiced slow cooked Ethiopian “stews” and spongy injera to swath it all up with then this is where to get it. The oddly Southwestern interior takes on a more authentic vibe on the weekends from 2-4 p.m. when they perform a traditional Ethiopian coffee ceremony where bulbous ceramic pots of spiced coffee are slowly brewed over live coals.
Avenue
Address:  Miklukho-Maklaya ul., 5, RUDN territory
Metro:  Yugo-Zapadnaya
Tel:  +7 (495) 789-8175
Open:  from 11:00 until 01:00
The second and probably the last Ephiopian cafe in Moscow. The menu mainly offers "beyayanetu" dishes including injera with various fillings. If you are searching for an unforgettable experience you should definitely try hot "senig" pepper, filled by vegetables cut into small pieces. A tiny piece of such pepper makes one feel like his tongue has been set on fire and each pore of his skin seems to open up as wide as possible. Those who are not eager to experiment can enjoy classic Ethiopian coffee or honey drink "tej", various exotic cream soups, salads and hot dishes. Besides Ephiopian cuisine the cafe offers West African menu as well.
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