Hearty stews and veg platters with tangy injera are a few of the Ethiopian staples found at these Seattle spots. 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 Seattle pay the spots below a visit.
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When considering what goes best with kifto, we recommend a glass of Chenin Blanc, it truly complements the dish as it cuts the wine's tartness while the wine makes the stew taste spicier.
Knowing what to pair with waze tibs can be tricky. It’s worth exploring some red wine, particularly a glass of Cune Rioja. This, smooth body, red wine balances the spicy waze tibs.
To elevate your yebeg llicha experience, we recommend some Syrah to go with your dish. This pairing works especially well because this red wine marries the richness of the dish.
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