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Whole Fried Red Snapper
Local gulf Red Snapper slow fried to perfection and served with our Mitmita spice blend, jasmine rice, and tomatim sauce just to top it off.
Prime angus ground beef marinated with Kibbeh - a special spiced butter, mixed with gomen, Ayib - our house-made cheese, and typically only prepared for special holidays in Ethiopia. You deserve everything this dish is and more!
Addis Ethiopian Restaurant is a new gem in the sea of amazing New Orleans restaurants. Not only is it Family-Owned and Black-Owned, it is one of the only two Ethiopian Restaurants in the entire state of Louisiana. As a part of Dr. Alemayehu's vision for a greater New Orleans, Addis NOLA was created as a way to connect New Orleans and the diaspora to the land of origin, Ethiopia. The name "Addis" comes from the capital city of Ethiopia, Addis Ababa, and translates to "New Flower". Connecting these two cities together, Addis Ababa and NOLA, you get Addis NOLA, a New NOLA. The shared aspect of their names is only one of the many things that connect Addis and NOLA, two cities thousands of miles a part yet so close. Believe it or not Second lines in Ethiopia are a common form of celebration for holidays like Timkat, and above all else the immense love for food and culture is shared as if they had planned it together at the same dinner table. Dr. Alemayehu and Family's story starts in Addis Ababa and continues through Addis NOLA.
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