Hurran – a simple neighborhood place with an interesting menu
Ethiopia and Eritrea share similar culture and cuisine but have been in battle for more than two decades. It is surprising to everyone that, peace was announced a few months back – and still there is a mood of jubilance.
The new restaurant in Camden, Harrah, is the ideal place to celebrate this settlement. It serves traditional dishes from the Horn of Africa, which is difficult to find elsewhere.
The location is in the Malden Road opposite Fidel's Elbow Pub, which runs short from Chalk Farm Station. This part of North London includes a significant Ethiopian and Eritrean community. Some people came here to avoid conflict and military rights.
If you have never tried this cuisine before, then you are on a ride. The most popular item on the menu is Ejera: the Size of a Spanien and Strachi Sordough Flat Bread Cycle Wheel.
Meat and vegetable dishes are usually covered on top of the bread, making a bright splash of color like a painter's color. Brad also drips sauce like he does.
You eat with your fingers, breaks the belt of ingaria and agrees on food using this.
Coffee ceremonies are another key way. Raw seeds are carefully filled, served in small cups before boiling your eyes, ground and water. The scent is good, it measures well with smoke incense.
I have often visited Harrah to explore his extensive and interesting menu.
Be careful – this is not a lord, fancy restaurant. Harar is a simple neighborhood that still finds its feet and makes customers. Décor has an official feeling in Africa with plastic tablecloth and green and blue strip lighting in the evening.
I recommend starting at ateg, brushing the paste with spice paste and clear butter, then put into a cunning and stingy piece.
Shiraz is one of the many vegetarian recipes on the menu, it is the highest order of comfortable food: fried ground dry chickpeas or haikot beans, fried with onions, ginger, tomato puree and special masala.
Key Vote, Tender Beef Stew, Exotic Spices Blends that make this cuisine worthwhile – Quite the contrary to what you know from a high street store of your choice.
To continue the flavors still, I sprinkle pinch of minimata, plus a mixture of salt, chili and spices.
To be honest, I've lost track of the names of each individual dish. We came with friends and shared one of their special plutors. Eating is a great way to eat.
Friendly owners are native to the city of Ethiopia, Ethiopia.
His first branch is at Wakezhal, which is the second center for the Habesa community in the south of the river.
Prices are very reasonable – expect to pay £ 15 for a slap-up meal before drinks. They also offer gluten-free ingredients and vegan recipes.
This is a very important time for Ethiopia and Eritrea. Politics is often confusing but food brings people together.
20 Molden Road, NW 5
020 7735 8915