If you like satisfying injera pancakes with berbere-infused stews you will love these Ethiopian spots in San Francisco. We analyzed the top review sites and leading local food articles for the great Ethiopian spots on this list. So for the tastiest goat tibs and Doro watt in San Francisco pay the spots below a visit.
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kifto, goes very well with a glass of crisp Chenin Blanc, a white winethat cuts the wine's tartness while the wine makes the stew taste spicier.
Experts suggest pairing a doro wat with a glass of Chardonnay, a popular white wine.
When considering what goes best with yebeg llicha, we recommend a glass of Syrah, it truly complements the dish as it marries the richness of the dish.
One of the most popular dishes in Ethiopia is wat, often prepared with stewed lamb or goat.
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