Until the time I went to Gursha Club, I had no idea about Ethiopian food, other than a vague concept of what traditional African food is like.

By Jumana Al Tamimi (GulfNews.com) |

Dubai: “If you like to try the very best of African food, you should check out this place.”

That’s what a friend told me after feasting on Kalahari fare at Gursha Club, an Ethiopian restaurant at Vista Mare on Palm Jumeriah.

Curious about what my friend (who had recently left Dubai for an overseas assignment) was raving about, I decided to check it out — with another friend.

Until the time I went to Gursha Club, I had no idea about Ethiopian food, other than a vague concept of what traditional African food is like.

But at Gursha Club, decked up in traditional Ethiopian art, I was in for both a visual and tasty delight: After I told the waiter why I am there (to explore Ethiopian food), he responded: “You will be surprised”.

And I was.

The recommendation was we have few types of starters in one dish. They comprised of a small portions of of lentil with vegetables, chickpeas soaked in lemon, and small pieces of bread kneading with butter.

Gluten-free bread is served with the starters. And I must say that this bread, served rolled, is amazing. It is close to the texture of a pancake and Qataif (which is famous during the holy month of Ramadan in the Middle East). You soak the bread in a small platter of yogurt and coriander, for a mouthwatering treat.

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