Welcome to  

HABESHA 

 ETHIOPIAN & ERITREAN RESTAURANT

HABESHA is a word used to refer to both Ethiopian and Eritrean people. HABESHA is neither a race, nor an ethnicity, nor a nation. It is a symbol of peace and unity within our community. Eritreans and Ethiopians use the Semitic language Ge'ez and have similar traditional food. 


Shkla Tibs (Sega Tibs)

Strips of beef sautéed in seasoned butter, red and yellow peppers, onions, and a touch of rosemary.

Coffee Ceremony

The ceremony is an important part of Ethiopian and Eritrean culture. It involves roasting coffee beans and preparing boiled coffee in a vassel (Jebna)​. Then it is poured into a small cup (Finjal) for the participants of the ceremony.

We at HABESHA Ethiopian & Eritrean Restaurant welcome you to join us in this community through the enjoyment of our food.  

Get in touch!

Address

16860 Lora​in Ave

Cleveland Ohio 44111


Contact

(216) 400-6539

Hours

Tuesday to Sunday 

11:30AM to 9:00PM

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