Cafe Lalibela, the family-owned Ethiopian restaurant in Tempe, Arizona, has expanded its line of products at Whole Foods in Phoenix with several hot dishes, including vegetarian options like red lentils.
By Kellie Hwang (AZCentral.com) |
TEMPE, Ariz.―Fans of Cafe Lalibela in Tempe can now find hot-food options at Whole Foods Market stores Valley-wide.
The family-owned Ethiopian restaurant has expanded its line of products at the upscale, healthy-food grocery chain with several hot dishes. Find them in the hot bar, in the prepared-foods section, at all five Whole Foods locations in metro Phoenix.
Customers can enjoy the dishes at the store or as grab-and-go meals. They include:
- Doro Wat (spicy chicken).
- Alicha Sega (mild beef).
- Fosolia (green beans).
- Misir (red lentils).
Cafe Lalibela first popped up in Whole Foods stores in 2014 with cold and frozen choices that catered to vegetarian and gluten-free customers. Natural Grocers, a health-food chain, also carries the products.
849 W University Dr
Tempe, AZ 85281
Phone: (480) 829-1939
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