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LIFE IS BETTER SHARED.


It's our culinary tradition.

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LIFE IS BETTER SHARED.


It's our culinary tradition.

 
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"The best kind of eating."

 
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Reserve


With every communal platter, we bring that elusive Ethiopian flavor and experience to create moments of togetherness and happiness. Children under 12 get free meal.

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Reserve


With every communal platter, we bring that elusive Ethiopian flavor and experience to create moments of togetherness and happiness. Children under 12 get free meal.

Make a Reservation

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Catering


You focus on the event. We'll handle the food.

Catering


You focus on the event. We'll handle the food.

At Selam, we are loyal not only to the Ethiopian, all-organic flavor but also our acclaimed tradition and hospitality.  We will go above and beyond to ensure that the food we cater is of the finest and the healthiest from our kitchen to your table.

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Let us whisk you away onto a fruit-soaked excursion to 13 Months of Sunshine with our homemade Tej and cocktail crafts.

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Let us whisk you away onto a fruit-soaked excursion to 13 Months of Sunshine with our homemade Tej and cocktail crafts.

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OUR STORY


OUR STORY


Selamawit

Selamawit "Selam" Abebe

Selamawit “Selam” Abebe has always been passionate about cooking. When she was a little girl, she spent hours in the kitchen of her parent’s restaurant in Addis Ababa, making a mess but learning delicious traditional Ethiopian recipes. Today, she's still the same little girl playing in the kitchen. She remains faithful to the Ethiopian traditions, flavors, and ingredients which are organic and local.

Solomon

Solomon Abebe

Solomon Abebe spent his childhood experimenting with food - meat recipes primarily. As a teenager, he paid close attention to his family’s cooking in Addis Ababa and perfected his craft over time.

In 1985, Solomon fled to Sudan where he, as a refugee, kick-started his cooking career in the Embassy of the United States of America.

 

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