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Voted Best Top 30 Restaurants by Journal Sentinel 2009

 One of the Top New 8 Restaurants in 2008

Out of Africa (JS Online} 2008

Ethiopian Cottage provides a warm, intimate dining (On Milwaukee) 2007

 A One-of-a kind dining option in Milwaukee  2007  

Shepherd Express

Veggie Guide

Awards 

A1. Beef Sambusa  

Two thin shells hand-wrapped and stuffed with a blend of minced beef or vegetables (2 pieces per order).

 
A2. Whole Lentil Sambusa  

(2 pieces per order)

 
A3. Kategna  

2 pieces of fresh warm Injera spread with kibe, garlic and spicy sauce rolled into finger food.

 
A4. Lentil Soup  

 with Ethiopian spices.


 


Salads
S1. Timamtim Fitfit  

Fresh tomatoes, peppers and onions, seasoned with spices, mixed with Injera and house dressing.

 
S2. Ethiopian Tomato Salad  

Finely chopped tomatoes, onions and jalapeno peppers combined with Ethiopian spices.

 

 

 
Entrees
All entrees served with Injera

Ethiopian food is shared by everyone at the table.
Order for your table by choosing one entree per person.
Food this fresh takes time to prepare, so please allow at least
20 minutes for your order, or call ahead of your visit.


 

Beef
01. Key Wat  

Lean, chopped beef simmered in Niter Kibe, Berbere, onion and combination of spices.

 
02. Alicha Wat  

 Lean, chopped beef simmered in a mild
sauce of onions, garlic and ginger.

 
03. Tibs  

Tender pieces of marinated beef sauteed with
onions, garlic and peppers.

 
04. Tibs Wat  

 Tibs simmered in spicy sauce.

 
05. Tibs Alicha  

 Tibs simmered in mild sauce.

 
06. Kitfo ***  

Ethiopian Steak tartare seasoned with niter kike and mitmita (red pepper blend) served rare, medium or well done.

 
*** the Health Department warns that eating raw or uncooked meat is dangerous

Chicken
07. Doro Wat  

Exquisitely flavorful and spicy chicken slowly simmered in Berbere sauce, served with chicken drumstick and hard-boiled egg.

 
08. Doro Alicha  

Chicken drumsticks and a hard-boiled egg, simmered in mild and flavorful onions, ginger root and a pinch of cardamom.

 
09. Combo of Doro Wat (07) and Doro Alicha (08)  


Lamb
10. Ybeg Key Wat  

Tender and flavorful lamb meat (bone-in) cooked in Berbere sauce and other exotic spices.

 
11. Ybeg Alicha  

Cubed tender lamb (bone-in) meat cooked in mild onions, ginger, garlic and Niter Kibe.

 
12. Ybeg Tibs  

Marinated pieces of lamb meat sauteed with onions, garlic, pepper, and a touch of rosemary.

 
13. Ybeg Tibs Wat  

Ybeg tibs simmered in spicy sauce.

 
14. Ybeg Tibs Alicha  

Ybeg tibs simmered in mild sauce.

 

Seafood
15. Shrimp Wat  

Shrimp simmered in spicy homemade sauce.

 
16. Shrimp Tibs  

Shrimp marinated in fresh lemon juice, garlic
and green pepper.

 
17. Assa Wat  

 Tilapia fish cooked in spicy home-made sauce.

 
18. Assa Tibs  

Tilapia marinated in fresh lemon juice and
garlic, sauteed with onions and green peppers.

 


Vegetarian
19. Yemisir Wat  

Red lentils simmered in spicy onion
and home-made sauce.

 
20. Diffin Yemisir Wat  

Similar to Yemisir Wat but in whole lentils for a different flavor.

 
21. Kick Alicha  

Split peas cooked in mild sauce of onions, garlic and ginger.

 
22. Shero  

Seasoned chick pea flour cooked in mild sauce.

 
23. Gomen  

Chopped collard greens simmered in a mild sauce of onions and garlic.

 
24. Tikel Gomen  

Lightly spiced cabbage, carrots and onions
cooked in a mild sauce.

 
25. Dinch Alicha  

Potato cubes and carrots cooked in a mild sauce of onions, garlic, ginger and other spices.

 
26. Atkilt Wat  

Delicious curried vegetable stew made with carrots, potatoes, cabbage, peppers and onions.

 
27. Combo of Yemisir Wat (19) Kick Alicha (21) Gomen (23) and Dinch Alicha (25)  

A Taste of Cottage Samplers

 
28.  Beef, Chicken, Lamb and Veggie

C1. Doro Wat (07), Key Wat (01), Ybeg Alicha (11), Atkilt Wat (26)

for one      for two 

C2. Ybeg Key Wat (10), Doro Wat (07), Alicha Wat (02), Yemisir Wat (19), Atkilt Wat (26)

for one      for two 

C3. Yemisir Wat (19), Kick Alicha (21), Gomen (23), Diffin Misir(20), Dinich Alicha (25), Atkilt Wat(26)

for one      for two 


 
Desserts
Vanilla, Chocolate, Mango Ice Cream one scoop 
Baklaba  


Beverages

 
Bottled Beers
Miller Light  
Miller Genuine Draft  
Sam Adams  
Bedele (Ethiopia)  
St. George (Ethiopia)  
Bate (Ethiopia)  
Tusker (Kenya)  
Becks (Germany)  
Red Stripe (Jamaica)  
Heineken (Holland)  

Wine
  by the glass bottle
Tej (Ethiopian Honey Wine)    
Merlot    
White Zinfandel    
Chardonnay    
Shiraz (South Africa) bottle only  

Soft Drinks
Coke, Diet Coke, Sprite  
Mango Drink  
Bottled Water  
Perrier  

Hot Beverages

It is an Ethiopian tradition to have coffee after the meal. 
We roast, grind and serve fresh coffee every day.


 
Tea (Ethiopian tea in a tea pot)  
Buna (Ethiopian coffee, roasted in-house, served in a traditional clay Jebbena pot)  
Buna for one  
Buna for 2-3    
Buna for 4-6    

15% gratuity will be added to groups of 5 or more

"really great food with interesting textures and flavors..."  (On Milwaukee)

yigletudebebe@gmail.com
 


HOURS OF OPERATION

Tue - Wed:  11:30am - 9:00pm
Thu-Fri:11:30am-10:00pm

Sat:  12:30pm - 10:00pm
Sun:  1:00 pm - 10:00pm

Monday:  Closed

 

CONTACT INFO

Tel. (414) 224-5226
E-mail:  yigletudebebe@gmail.com

Address:  1824 N. Farwell Ave.
Milwaukee, WI  53202

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