Or if you plan to explore San Antonio’s new crop of Ethiopian restaurants. The lightly curried alicha wot/wat, a beef stew with onion, ginger and garlic, utilized a slightly different cut of less-tender beef. Yes, it’s also served with injera.Finally, do order coffee, another Ethiopian first, even if nobody can tolerate evening caffeine. As is typical, highly spiced stews, often featuring beef, are scooped up with and served atop injera at African Village. Same goes for the traditional doro wot with both chicken legs and eggs.
Source: Ethiopian News October 11, 2018 16:07 UTC