Rahel is pretty awesome, lots and lots of tasty goodies to choose from. In fact, nearly all the food is worth a look. So, without any further ado, here’s a breakdown of stuff I might order:
Yemsir Kik Wot (Split lentil stew)
Split lentils in red pepper sauce and spices; pretty simple, looks good.
Yefasolia Wot (Mixed vegetable stew)
Steamed string beans, carrots and seasoned with garlic, ginger and turmeric; steamed veggies are always good.
Yeatkilt Wot (Vegetable stew)
Steamed vegetables, carrots and potatoes with spices; same deal here.
Steamed greens with seasoned garlic and green pepper; impossible to beat greens!
Yeater Alicha (Split-pea stew)
Steamed split peas and onions, seasoned with garlic and onions; I’m digging all the garlic.
Yemitin Shiro Wot (Chick pea stew)
Powdered peas, chick peas and red pepper sauce with assorted spices; I’ve never had powdered peas before.
Yeshiro Alicha (Mild chick pea stew)
Mild powdered peas sauce, chick peas and spices; looks tasty, but you’ll be farting a lot.
Zucchini Wot (zucchini stew)
Steamed zucchini with spices; I’m Italian, I love zucchini!
Yedinch Wot (Potato stew)
Steamed potatoes, red pepper sauce and spices; sounds cool.
Tomatoes, green peppers, garlic and onions, served with injera; I’ll pass on the injera, its bread.
Rahel looks great! As for what I’d order. I like the Greens or the Yeatkilt Wot. And you might consider one of the combo platters, but that looks like a lot of food. Maybe share with friends! Some of the juices are interesting too, like Telba, made with flaxseed. Anyone ever try it before?
Yeah, I dig Rahel. Even the side salads look awesome! But now it’s your turn. Take a few minutes, read through Rahel’s menu and let me know what you’d order. Do like something different? Tell me! Peace.