Spices

እንኳን ፡ ደህና ፡ መጣችሁ

"Ethiopian food is not only some of the most diverse in Africa, but also totally different to any other cuisine you may have encountered."

 

Welcome to Ethio Kitchen

Ethio Kitchen offers a taste of authentic Ethiopian home cooked food, delivered to your door.

All food is prepared to traditional Ethiopian recipes and offers a unique eating experience.

We specialise in tasty and creative Vegan and Vegetarian dishes.

Order and pay online from 1 day to 2 weeks in advance, free delivery in the Llandudno area. Friday to Sunday.

Or get in touch with Tigist to arrange your own special order or party/event catering at any other time.

Your food is freshly prepared and delivered to your door, chilled, in microwaveable containers ready for simple re-heating to suit you.

All our food packaging is recyclable to minimise waste. 

We don't waste any unsold food either - any unordered dishes are delivered free of charge to local charities.

For more information, check out our Menu.

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Traditional Recipes

Our food is cooked to traditional recipes just as it is found in Ethiopia. This is not fast food.

Fresh Produce

We source our fresh ingredients responsibly and locally wherever possible

Ethiopian Spices

Our spice blends are hand made to traditional recipes by Tigist's family in Ethiopia

 

About Ethiopian food

A guide to help you get started

Ethiopian cuisine characteristically consists of vegetable and often very spicy meat dishes. This is usually in the form of wot, a thick stew, served on top of injera, a large sourdough flatbread made out of fermented teff flour.
Ethiopians eat most of the time with their right hands, using pieces of injera to pick up bites of entrées and side dishes.
The Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church prescribes a number of fasting periods including all Wednesdays and Fridays and the whole Lenten season (including fifteen days outside Lent proper).
Per Oriental Orthodox tradition, the faithful may not consume any kind of animal products (including dairy products and eggs) during fasts; Ethiopian cuisine therefore contains many dishes that are vegan.