Washington, D.C. Restaurants




Etete Review

The best spot in what's known as "Little Ethiopia," a mini-corridor of expatriate-run restaurants, Etete doesn't hold back on the spices. Savory pastries known as sambusas are filled with fiery lentils, and ginger brightens a stew of vegetables. The sharing of dishes and the mode of eating—rather than using utensils diners tear off pieces of injera, a spongy pancakelike bread to scoop up stews and sautées—make for exotic and adventurous dining at this style-conscious eatery.

Updated: 06-05-2013

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