Gebeta pronounced /ge beta /
Ethiopian food like our restaurant, is served on a platter known as a gebeta, usually on a wide circular platter or traditionally on Ethiopian utensil called Mesob. First, a circle of injera is placed on the gebeta, then the different stews, curries, or vegetables, that you’ve ordered are placed on top of the injera. As you can see from menu, a single dish to a mix of different dishes, everything is piled onto the plate of injera for everybody on the table to enjoy.
Ethiopian food, just is served, on a communal platter, is designed for sharing and it's not meant to be eaten alone in the culture of Ethiopia.
Please come and enjoy this unique experience in Gebeta Ethiopian Cuisine.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
Stopped in for some pick up tonight. The place is beautiful with a great ambiance. The service was very friendly and the food excellent.... We will definitely be in to eat in restaurant soon! Thank you!
.......We walk in and wow, the décor and overall vibe was fantastic. Newly renovated. Comfortable booths. Friendly and welcoming staff... We ordered one vegan plate to share and it came quickly and was fantastic!!! I would highly recommend this place.
I highly recommend you try this establishment! Previously "Simba's Den" it is serving up delicious Ethiopian cuisine in a relaxed and classy atmosphere. Great for a date night! I tried the veggie platter and it was spectacular.