• Chef/Owner of Geni's Ethiopian Corner
Spoon this slow-cooked beef dish simmered in herbs, a rich Ethiopian spice blend, and caramelized onion over injera, the traditional Ethiopian fermented flatbread. Served with a side of delicious curried potatoes and seasonal greens deglazed with white wine.
beef siga wat (beef, onions, berbere spice blend (*contains onion, garlic, nightshade), rice bran oil, garlic, ginger, tomatoes, beef stock, cardamom, nigella seeds), injera (teff flour, water), braised greens (kale, onions, rice bran oil, oregano, garlic, white wine, cumin, black pepper, chili peppers), curried potatoes (carrots, potatoes, onions, ginger, jalapenos, rosemary, garlic, turmeric, rice bran oil)
This was the best lunch we have had in a long time! We definitely want it again, but will probably ask for bowls next time. Each item was basically like a stew, so it was hard to keep it all on a plate.
The bread was amazing.
delicious but not enough meat
This was a unique meal for us at Ai2 and it was a nice addition to our menu. With an international employee-base, it's important to offer global flavors so we'd do this again. The fresh tomato salad was a great compliment to the other heartier foods. The quantities were appropriate.
Beef was very good!
Food was really good, just was light on the servings.
very tasty, proportions seemed low compared to other companies we've gotten from concerning meat
it was good, somewhat oily but I think that's how it's is