M&B Yummy is a rarity in the Toronto area, serving fresh Ethiopian vegetarian cuisine. Try traditional Ethiopian dishes such as missir wot (lentils) and shiro wot (chickpeas) or the vegan eggs for breakfast. Open daily from 10am to 10pm.
Lalibela features authentic Ethiopian cuisine including, of course, injera and traditional coffee service.
Located on Church Street near the Canon/Elgin Theatres, Ethiopiques is a popular choice for pre-theatre dining. Ethiopian entrees include lentil, beef and chicken stews, combination platters and more.
Many Ethiopian delights are served here. The Injera (bread) is recommended for first time guests. This bread is an Ethiopian staple served with meat or vegetables. Famous patrons who have dined here include Woody Harrelson.
Traditional flavors combined with modern presentations are the specialty of this restaurant, which serves up classics like misto misto and sambusa. Table-side traditional Ethiopian-style coffee ceremonies are a highlight.
This Ethiopian restaurant serves chicken, beef and lamb dishes, as well as vegetarian meals, all scooped up with Injera, their specially prepared flat Ethiopian bread. Finish the meal with traditional Ethiopian fresh-roasted coffee.
Lucy's Ethiopian Kitchen
This cozy Ethiopian restaurant serves up wonderful platters to share and is open until 2am. Breakfast selections are also available.
Ambsale Ethiopian Restaurant
Open nightly from 4pm to midnight, patrons here can dine on exotic Ethiopian cuisine.