Where the home-cooked meal was born and you’re encouraged to eat with your fingers. Ethiopian food is eaten with Injera; a type of spongy bread used as both a plate and utensil!

Experience a taste of Ethiopia at Abyssinia where they serve authentic Ethiopian cuisine.  They also have a food store so you can try some recipes at home.   5352 38th St. Indianapolis, IN 46254 (317) 299-0608

Experience a taste of Ethiopia at Abyssinia where they serve authentic Ethiopian cuisine.  They also have a food store so you can try some recipes at home.  

5352 38th St.
Indianapolis, IN 46254
(317) 299-0608


Major restaurant serves vegetarian-friendly, East African food free from artificial ingredients.   1150 S Mickley Ave Indianapolis, IN 46241 (317) 240-2700

Major restaurant serves vegetarian-friendly, East African food free from artificial ingredients.  

1150 S Mickley Ave
Indianapolis, IN 46241

(317) 240-2700



You must experience coffee from the birthplace of coffee!  At St. Yared's, its more than just another cup of coffee, its a spiritual experience. Coffee is brewed for healing in the traditional Ethiopian coffee ceremony.  11210 Fall Creek Rd, Indianapolis, IN 46256 (317) 363-4435

You must experience coffee from the birthplace of coffee!  At St. Yared's, its more than just another cup of coffee, its a spiritual experience. Coffee is brewed for healing in the traditional Ethiopian coffee ceremony. 

11210 Fall Creek Rd, Indianapolis, IN 46256
(317) 363-4435


Axum is a conveniently located Ethiopian restaurant in downtown Indy and is happy to show you the correct way to eat injera. 825 N Pennsylvania St, Indianapolis, IN 46204 (317) 964-0580  

Axum is a conveniently located Ethiopian restaurant in downtown Indy and is happy to show you the correct way to eat injera.

825 N Pennsylvania St, Indianapolis, IN 46204
(317) 964-0580