MoCo’s Beteseb Named “Essential Ethiopian Restaurant Around DC” by Eater

by MCS Staff

Silver Spring’s Beteseb (8201 Georgia Avenue) was named an “Essential Ethiopian Restaurant Around DC” according to a new list by food and restaurant website, Eater. Though there are dozens of Ethiopian restaurants in the county, many of which are very popular locally, Beteseb was the only MoCo restaurant included on the list

Silver Spring has no shortage of good Ethiopian food, but Beteseb distinguishes itself with food bursting with flavor and spice. The injera is made entirely from teff grain, unlike many American-adapted injera that incorporate wheat flour. It’s open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday to Thursday and 10 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. on Friday to Sunday. Try the breakfast firfir combo (scrambled eggs, seasoned cracked wheat, spiced bread) or buttery bula porridge.”

Per Beteseb: At Beteseb Restaurant, we have an amazing menu that features freshly prepared Ethiopian dishes. We are a family-owned restaurant with warm and friendly staff who are ready to serve you. We have an incredible selection of traditional dishes available for you to enjoy. Try our Special Derek Tibs made with chunk of lean beef sauteed with onion, tomato, green pepper and purified butter. (served mild or spicy). You’re also sure to love our Special Kitfo. All of our meals are served with injera – a flatbread made of either wheat or teff and Imported “Ye’Teff Injera” which is gluten-free! We also have a number of fabulous vegetarian dishes including our Ye’shiro Wot and Beyaynetu. Complete your meal with our incredible Imported Ethiopian Wine, Beer or with a traditional coffee ceremony.


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