Our Menu

Vegetreian Dishes

All vegetarian dishes are also vegan friendly.

ክክ ወጥ | Kik Wot $12.00

Boiled yellow split peas cooked in garlic, onions, and ginger with added traditional turmeric powder

ምሥር ወጥ | Misir Wot $12.00

Boiled split lentils cooked in garlic, onions and traditional berbere Powder.

ጎመን | Gomen [Spinach] $14.00

Chopped spinach sauteed in garlic, onions and ginger

አልጫ | Alicha $12.00

Fresh cabbage, potatoes and carrots made in a turmeric base with garlic and onions and ginger added

 ሽሮ ወጥ | Shiro Wot $12.00

Chickpeas pureed with garlic, onions and tomatoes,a hint of berbere as well

አትክልት በየዓይነቱ | Veggie Combo $14.00
includes, alicha, gomen, shiro wot, misr wot and kik wot 

Beef Dishes

ክትፎ | Kitfo $18.00
Lean beef cooked with traditionally clarified butter  and Ethiopian hot butter and Ethiopian hot pepper. This dish is also served raw.

ጎረድ ጎረድ | Gored Gored $18.00
Similar to kitfo, cubed pieces of beef are cooked with traditional clarified butter and Ethiopian hot pepper. This dish is also served raw.

ስጋ ቀይ ወጥ | Siga Keye Wot $17.00
Slow cooked beef cooked into a stew with rich  and spicy sauce to go with it.

Lamb Dishes

የበግ ጥብስ | Yebeg Tibs $17.00
Sauteed lamb cooked with onions and garlic topped  with traditional clarified butter

የበሬ ጥብስ | Yeberie Tibs $17.00
Tender sauteed beef cooked similar to the yebeg tibs,  your choice of spice

Fish Dishes

አሣ ጥብስ | Asa Tibs $18.00
Pan fried and breaded pieces of Mexican basa fillet,  topped with onions and house made spice

Chicken Dishes

ዶሮ ወጥ | Doro Wot $17.00
Served with a chicken thigh and boiled egg, stewed with onions, garlic and house made spices

ዶሮ ጥብስ | Doro Tibs $17.00
Tender sauteed chicken breast with onions, garlic, and your choice of spice

Combination Orders

ፋሲል በየዓይነቱ | Fasil’s Combination $30.00
Served with the veggie combo and your choice of either  siga keye wot or doro tibs as the second option.  Serves for two

All entrees served with Injera

Injera is not only a kind of bread it’s also an eating utensil.In Ethiopia and Eritrea, this

spongy, sour flatbread is used to scoop up meat and vegetable stews. Injera also lines

the tray on which the stews are served,soaking up their juices as the meal progresses