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Sheba Cafe is a wonderful addition to the city's small but vibrant Ethiopian dining scene, and it fits right into the colorful hodgepodge of Gulfton (where you can even purchase Ethiopian groceries and other sundries from Maru, just a few blocks away). In the mornings, it's quiet on this stretch of Bissonnet, perfect for enjoying a leisurely Ethiopian breakfast over a very strong cup of coffee. Order the kinche for an African twist on oatmeal that even kids will love. Evenings are ideally suited to long dinners with friends over communal dishes of yedoro wat and giant plates of tabor.
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See more colorful photos from Lucy's dining room and kitchen in this week's slideshow. It's not often you find yourself getting bottle service at a mesob, the woven round table that functions as the traditional serving structure at Ethiopian... More »
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See how breakfast is made in Sheba Cafe's kitchen in our slideshow. If there were any justice in this world, more people would be enjoying Ethiopian food for breakfast. Of course, that would require more than one Houston restaurant to be... More »
YOU MUST TRY THE ETHIOPIAN COFFEE. Even if it is hot outside (which is most of the time), the difference between this and regular coffee is immediately apparent. Large portion sizes here too--sharing is recommended.
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