Few world cuisines can compete with the flavors and visual interest of a traditional feast of Ethiopian fare, and that's just what you'll get at Chercher Ethiopian Restaurant and Market. In fact, if a feast is what you're after, be sure you order one of the combination meals, which combine sharable servings of bright yellow peas, spicy split lentils, creamed greens, and, if you'd like, some spiced lamb or beef.
Everything is served on a large piece of injera, the traditional Ethiopian bread that serves as both plate and utensil for your meal, so feel free to tear off pieces of bread for scooping. As you all scoop bites off a shared platter of food, you'll feel the warmth and hospitality that regular customers praise this restaurant for cultivating. Finally, note that Ethiopian food is meant to be shared, so it's best to come with a group of friends from Hodge on 7th.
Chercher Ethiopian Restaurant and Market
1334 9th Street Northwest
Washington, DC 20001
March 24, 2015 | No Comments