Ethiopian House in Toronto, Canada, offers diners a culinary adventure above all others, and if you are looking for cutlery, you will not find any. African cuisine encompasses Ethiopian foods, and is eaten with the hand, therefore a hand washing ceremony is performed before and after each meal. Injera, an Ethiopian bread, is part of the staple diet. The injera is broken into small pieces and then dunked into the meat, vegetables and sauces and shared amongst diners. If you've often wondered what Ethiopa is like, but have never been there, Ethiopian House is the next best thing, as you will enjoy traditional Ethiopian hospitality, interesting, tasty food and will also enjoy a great cultural experience. And after a fulfilling meal of African cuisine, enjoy our traditional coffee ceremony with hand-roasted, freshly ground coffee beans which Ethopians traditionally drink with a pinch of salt.