Frequently Asked Questions


A. Yes, we do sell take-out.  


Q. What is injera?

A. Injera is a flat spongy bread that is served with almost all Ethiopian dishes.  It is made on a round, flat hotplate called mitad. 


Q. What's Injera made from?

A. Injera is traditionally made from Teff, which is a grain native to Ethiopia. Here at Zenebech Injera, we use  a combination of wheat flour and teff flour.


Q. Do you have the imported Ethiopian injera?

A. Yes we do and it's an additional $2.50 per Ethiopian Teff injera.  


Q. Do you have gluten-free options?

A. We offer Teff injera or brown rice as gluten-free options. Almost all of our main dishes are gluten-free!


Q. Do you deliver?

A. You can order through third-party companies such as DoorDash, TryCaviar, and OrderAhead.


Q. Is the restaurant convenient for groups?

A. We can accommodate large groups, although depending on the time there may be a wait till you're seated.


Q. Do you take reservations?

A. In order to offer the best service possible, we operate on a  first come first serve basis.