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Ethiopian Cuisine

Abay is Pittsburgh's only Ethiopian restaurant. It serves about 10 traditional vegan Ethiopian dishes, as well as some soups and a few appetizers, served on (or with) injera - spongy Ethiopian flatbread which also functions as the eating utensil.

Abay is a large restaurant with many tables, and also has 3 mesobs, traditional hand-woven, basket-like tables for those who want a more authentic Ethiopian dining experience.

Added by Michael knight on Apr 30 05 (last updated Sep 14 06)

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This is the first experience I have had with Ethiopean food and I was very impressed. Such a great atmosphere, too. A very cool dining experience.


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I really like this place a lot. The food is really good and relatively healthy. The wait staff is friendly and knowledgeable and the decor is nice.

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Neighborhood

East Liberty

Directions

Abay Ethiopian Restaurant is located in the East End on the border of Shadyside and East Liberty, within walking distance from the Whole Foods Market.

The 71C and 500 busses will take your right there. The 77B can let you off at Penn and Highland, less than 2 blocks away.

Non-Smoking

Accepts Reservations

Prices

$ - inexpensive

Cuisines

  • Ethiopian/Eritrean

Features

  • Large Group-Friendly
  • Quiet

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Hours

closed
11:30am - 2:30pm;
5pm - 10pm
11:30am - 2:30pm;
5pm - 9pm

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