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Japanese: Curry

Ethiopia Curry Kitchen


Ethiopia Curry Kitchen Overview

Address

1-chōme-17-6 Sotokanda, Chiyoda City, Tokyo 101-0021

Phone

+81 (0) 3-5289-3821

Access

1 minute walk from Akihabara Station

Operating Hours

Sun: 8:00AM-10:30PM
Mon: 8:00AM-10:30PM
Tue: 8:00AM-10:30PM
Wed: 8:00AM-10:30PM
Thur: 8:00AM-10:30PM
Fri: 8:00AM-10:30PM
Sat: 8:00AM-10:30PM

Payment methods

Cash

Ethiopia Curry Kitchen Description

Located in Akihabara, Tokyo, Ethiopia Curry Kitchen is a hidden gem that offers a unique dining experience. As the name suggests, this restaurant specializes in Ethiopian cuisine, bringing the flavors and spices of this East African country to the heart of Japan.

What sets Ethiopia Curry Kitchen apart from other dining establishments is its authentic and traditional approach to Ethiopian cooking. The menu features a variety of flavorful dishes, such as Doro Wat (spicy chicken stew), Kitfo (minced beef), and Injera (spongy bread). Each dish is carefully prepared using traditional cooking techniques and authentic Ethiopian ingredients, resulting in a truly authentic and delicious dining experience.

The restaurant's interior is warm and inviting, with traditional Ethiopian decor and artwork adorning the walls. The cozy atmosphere creates the perfect setting for enjoying a meal with friends or family. Whether you're a fan of Ethiopian cuisine or looking to try something new, Ethiopia Curry Kitchen is a must-visit restaurant that will transport you to the vibrant flavors of Ethiopia.

Restaurant Features

Take-out Available

Wine List

Non-smoking

Ethiopia Curry Kitchen Reviews

Ethiopia Curry Kitchen Google Average Rating

3.9

Ethiopia Curry Kitchen Tabelog Average Rating

3.65

5

Google
Ordered pork curry level 60. Next time, will order 70. Great curry, tender pork, and spice. Last meal before leaving Japan but next time I am wanting to come back.

Thank you for the meal and and service 🙂

(For how spiciness taste, felt like level 5 at thai restaurant in u.s.)

5

Google
On the opening day of the Ethiopia Curry Restaurant, the server brought me the menu along with a cup of water and... a potato? I hadn't even ordered anything yet! Talk about a speedy worker! Ethiopia has a range of 1 to 70 spicy levels for their dishes - that's quite impressive! Though I had heard rumors, I was still surprised (the level of the common "spicy food" is 3). In need of reviving my tired body and mind, I decided to go for the Beef Curry.
To my delight, I discovered that the rice had a sticky texture - it reminds me of grandma's cooking. With every bite, the curry revealed an array of various spices and released their flavors in my mouth like a flower blooming. The tiny and slightly sweet grains of rice complemented the curry perfectly without overpowering its taste. The beef in the curry was slow-cooked and infused with vegetable extracts, resulting in tender and melty experience in my mouth... like a kiss...(close my eyes)
All in all, my first experience at the Ethiopia Curry Restaurant was a precious opportunity. Thank you:)

5

Google
I ordered chicken soy curry with 3 spice level. It’s not like a typical Japanese curry as it says an Indian curry.
Spice level 3 is hot enough. I can’t imagine how spicy the level 70 is. FYI, you can get another potato for free if you ask.

4

Tabelog
Translated from Japanese:

It's been many years since I went to the Chicken Curry Spicy 3 branch, and I remember it being delicious, but I don't remember it very well...The roux was quite light and not heavy. It uses a lot of different spices, so the taste is quite complex. Echi...

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