Fodor's Expert Review Bunna Cafe

$$ Bushwick and East Williamsburg Ethiopian
The best way to sample the diverse flavors, many quite spicy, of Ethiopian cuisine at this stellar restaurant are the combination platters—for one or to share—though you can also order individual dishes. If the delicious, seasonal duba wot (spiced pumpkin) is available, definitely include it in your platter. Everything is served with injera, a sourdough flatbread used to scoop up the various stews. The drink menu includes traditional t'ej (honey wine), cocktails, and wine and beer from Ethiopia and elsewhere. The namesake bunna—Ethiopian coffee brewed with cardamom and cloves—is worth a try, too. There's a special menu for brunch.
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Quick Facts

1084 Flushing Ave.
Brooklyn, New York  11237, USA


Known For:
  • Shareable plates
  • Traditional Ethiopian coffee ceremony and teas
  • Live music events featuring Ethiopian artists

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