When one just can’t wait to be king of the jungle, the most effective course of action is to nourish royal appetites. Lead the way to unforgettable culinary experiences with today’s Groupon: $39 for a three-course Ethiopian dinner for two with complimentary dining for up to two children at Made in Africa Ethiopian Restaurant, Moorooka ($109 value).
Open atmosphere, vibrant tones and hearty, flavoursome fare welcome diners with open arms to Made in Africa Ethiopian Restaurant. Grouponites grab a loved one for a lipsmacking evening of Ethiopian fare, with two kids welcome to eat for free (12 years and under). Relish slow-cooked servings in the sumptuous form of a mixed entrée platter for two featuring mouth-watering meat and vegetable sambusas. This is followed by a massive smorgasbord featuring eight meat and vegetarian mains to share, accompanied with housemade injera sourdough flatbread. Main dishes include red pepper sauced beef or the gorgeously traditional stew of chicken wot for a delectable meaty feast, complemented by colourful vegetarian tapestries of spinach, peppers, onion, ginger and garlic in time-honoured green dishes like yesombayenat. Palates are satsfied with a two-person traditional African dessert.
Made in Africa Ethiopian Restaurant attracts fans of food, friendly service and fun with a special brand of culturally-infused cuisine atmosphere, warm service and hearty, wholesome nosh. Converted Groupies revel in a $20 voucher to use when reliving their next Taste of Africa shared platter.
Brisbane’s media and Urbanspoon users alike return for Made in Africa’s hospitable sense of service and breath-of-fresh-air quality on the Queensland foodie scene.
I was thrilled to find Made in Africa. Don't expect elegance or sophistication here, or anything approaching silver service, but do expect an exciting and probably unfamiliar cuisine, as well as charming, friendly people.
– Alison Cotes, The Courier Mail
The beer is excellent, the stews are exquisite and the coffee divine. The owner is possibly the single most friendly human being I've met, possessing the desire to share not only his food, but his culture with his guests.
– Lucas Willett, Urbanspoon