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Ghenet Brooklyn

Map & Directions 348 Douglass St.
Brooklyn, NY 11215
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718-230-4475
  • Ethiopian
  • Sun,Tue,Wed,Thu 5pm-11pm, Fri-Sat 5pm-12am
  • All Major Credit Cards
  • Delivery, Takeout, Vegetarian Friendly
  • Dinner
  • Full bar
  • Not Accepted
  • Street

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Village Voice's Description

The welcoming tiny space is encircled with delicate metalwork screens. The Ghenet combination for four is a ridiculously good deal, allowing you to sample almost everything on the menu-all the vegetarian dishes, as well as doro watt (spiced chicken stew), and sega watt (spiced beef stew) and a few other meaty dishes. The assortment arrives on a humongous plate, with injera layered below and also served on the side. It's all earthy, hearty and satisfying. The doro watt is wonderful -- bone-in chicken cooked in a thick, darkly spiced sauce with a boiled egg alongside. And the vegetarian dishes are equally good. We particularly like the earthy, lemony collard greens, the stewed red lentils and the cabbage and potatoes.

 
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Tips from foursquare

  • Daniel B. on 08/17/10

    Get the vegetarian combo, try all 8 veg dishes, and rotate halfway through. h/t DJ

  • Alexis B. on 07/25/12

    Best Ethiopian food in NY! Come with a group and share the veggie combo. All veggie dishes are vegan too. Huge portions, and lively scene.

  • Nathan F. on 01/23/10

    Love the Meta beer

  • C B. on 03/11/12

    Best split peas I've ever had

  • Mush on 03/05/12

    Vegetarian combo is vegan and delicious!!

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