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EMPRESS
TAYITU

Empress Taytu Ethopian
6125 Saint Clair Ave
Cleveland, OH 44103
Phone (216) 391-9400
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  • Tue - Sat
    Mon - Sun
    5 pm - 10 pm Dinner
    Closed
    Closest Intersection District University Circle
    Region
    East Side
    Payment Methods Mastercard, Visa, AmEx, Cash, Debit
    Liquor Info Yes, Full Bar Available
    Dress Code Casual
       

    INFO & EVENTS

    Proprietors: Carl and Senait Robson, Chef: Senait Robson. lmdrobson@aol.com

    If there were such a thing as the Exotic School of local dining, this would be its home: There are no booths, just thatched dining areas; no conventional tables, just low furniture made of carved wood or baskets; and no canned muzak, just recorded Ethiopian swing. Utensils are not a problem since (except upon request) there are none. -by John Hyduk for CitySearch

    PRESS & REVIEWS

    Wcities

    '' Ethnic food lovers are drawn here to sample this ancient cuisine. Large platters, designed for sharing, are covered with tangy crepes or injera , and heaped with a variety of lentils, vegetables and meats. Flavors and spices mingle in heady combinations: for instance, the berbere sauce accompanying many dishes is made from 14 spices with a heat range from mild to blazing. Delicacies (most priced under $10) include sorba (onion-lentil soup) and sambussa (crisp pastry triangles filled with meat or lentils)..." >>more




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