One captivating new Ethiopian spot joins a short rundown of mid 2021 eatery openings.
Shewa-Ber comes from proprietor Mike Tsega, who was brought into the world close to Addis Ababa and has a ton of involvement with the neighborliness business, since his folks claim and work a 45-year-old eatery in Ethiopia.
He discloses to Eater Seattle that the vicinity to the numerous other Ethiopian spots in the area was appealing, and he’s anticipating creating associations with neighborhood ranches as the café advances.
In spite of the fact that the eatery’s sign read “an entryway to Central Ethiopia,” Tsega says the café will offer food that speaks to various areas of Ethiopia and Eritrea.
Tsega is as yet putting the final details on the space — an advanced, personal spot in a private structure with some open air seating , and an enormous, very good quality kitchen worked for effectiveness.