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22 July 2014
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Zeret Kitchen

216 Camberwell Road, London SE5 0ED

Ethiopian Camberwell
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Lovers of Ethiopian cuisine and adventurous foodies will appreciate this bright, clean and modern restaurant in Camberwell that prides itself on its family recipes and dedication to authentic Ethiopian traditions. Zeret itself is a name that comes from a small village in northern Ethiopia, and the menu includes mostly chicken, lamb and beef stews made with butter, garlic and ginger served on pancake-like flatbread called enjera. All the food here is delicious, and the dining room is decorated with colourful placemats, potted palms and simple white walls. Perfect for communal/sharing meals with friends and family, the Zeret Kitchen has attentive staff and a relaxed atmosphere – don't miss the Ethiopian style chicken cooked with green chillies, herbs and spices.

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  1. Published : Monday, 13th January 2014

    seebyzoe :: Zeret Kitchen in Camberwell

    On our journey to Zeret Kitchen, I had done a bit of research, so we knew a bit more about what to expect i.e. eating with our fingers and sharing dishes amongst the table. The recommendation was to go for the house special to share, which is what we did – I think we ate a combination of the following: Kitfo (minced raw beef, marinated in mitmita, Lega Tibs (lamb ), yebeg fitfit (spicy lamb stew with vegetables), spiced chicken tibs gomen, shuro and salad – All of this was served on a round of injera bread – A fermented sour and spongy flat bread. We were also given extra rolls of the bread, but as bread can be so filling (and because I’m not really meant to eat it) I chose to eat a lot of the dishes without. Finger lickin’ messy, but fun! How was it? Well, I have to say I absolutely loved every single dish that I ate. It wasn’t quick to arrive, but we were more than content waiting with our nice glass of (cheap) white wine and Ethiopian beer...
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