TG’s Addis Ababa Restaurant, serving Ethiopian cuisine, is located at 465 Dundas Street in London, Ontario, Canada.
By Kylene Walker (CBC) |
Addis Ababa is the capital of Ethiopia. It’s also the name of a small restaurant located in one of the storefronts along Dundas Street in London.
Though Kylene Walker had eaten Ethiopian food before, it was her for visit to Addis Ababa — the restaurant. She wasn’t disappointed.
“Our server ordered us food for the five of us that could have easily served seven for about $15 each,” she explained Kylene during her segment on London Morning. “We were stuffed!”
The staple for the meal was injera — an unleavened, fermented, sourdough bread used to scoop the food instead of using utensils. Kylene described the size and texture as something similar to carpet underpadding.
“It’s ideal for sharing. The breaking of injera and sharing a common plate signifies the bonds of friendships and loyalty.”
TG’s Addis Ababa Restaurant
465 Dundas Street
London, ON N6B 1W1, Canada
Kylene and her dining party sampled a selection of meat and vegetable stews arranged on a large platter of injera.
“There were lot of hands crossing over one another, messy attempts at scooping up the stews, but a great conversation starter and a lot of fun.”
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