Dining out at restaurants can be a fun experience for the whole family. One of the first things that one will notice when being served Ethiopian dishes is that they usually bring these out in a tray lined with a cloth-like cover. The cover might not be the cloth really, but actually a kind of bread, locally called as injera, which is an important part of the meal. Of all the dishes that one will be eating in an Ethiopian dinner, the most common one will encounter is the wat, or stew. There is always a special wat which is prepared during the fasting periods, such as Lenten and Fridays, when meat is not allowed. If someone is looking for the best Ethiopian restaurant in Montreal, one can contact Restaurant Queen Sheba. The restaurant offers a more casual dining experience while retaining the creativity of distinctive culinary style, and enjoying delicious Cuisine éthiopien to a great extent. Please visit the website.
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Business Phone: (514) 840-9494
Address: 4525 Avenue du Parc, Montreal, QC H2V 4E4
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