A Fairfield County Ethiopian eatery was named among the best in America.
Cry’s 100-eatery overview incorporates Stamford’s Teff Eritrean and Ethiopian Cuisine, at No. 23.
The one of a kind feasting experience is vivid and cultivates companionship. Simply make certain to wash your hands prior to ripping off a bit of the bread and utilizing it as an utensil to gather up the sauces and stews.
Teff is family-possessed, without gluten and vegetarian well disposed, its site says. It is open for takeout and conveyance Sunday through Thursday, from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Culinary specialist Hadas and her significant other moved to Stamford from Ethiopia during the 1980s. She has been serving conventional Eritrean and Ethiopian plates since the café opened in July 2015.
“Teff Stamford’s inside reflects parts of the place where there is Eritrea and Ethiopia,” its site says.
“With sandy-like floors and wood framing mirroring the excellent green scene of Eritrea and Ethiopia, the dividers are embellished with photos checking ‘generalizations’ of East Africa just as things conventional to the way of life.
“Our little, close space is ideal to our vision of having the entirety of our coffee shops feel like they are feasting in Chef Hadas and the Mekonen-Mengesha home