Kibrom’s is back in action with Ethiopan and Eritrean food. Pictured: boiled egg and spicy sauce (in the middle) and then clockwise from top: side salad, shiro (ground chickpeas with spices), alicha (cabbage, carrots, potato and spices), hamli kelwa (spinach and potato) and beef with spices.
Kibrom’s is back in action with Ethiopan and Eritrean food. Pictured: boiled egg and spicy sauce (in the middle) and then clockwise from top: side salad, shiro (ground chickpeas with spices), alicha (cabbage, carrots, potato and spices), hamli kelwa (spinach and potato) and beef with spices. Katherine Jones Statesman file
Kibrom’s is back in action with Ethiopan and Eritrean food. Pictured: boiled egg and spicy sauce (in the middle) and then clockwise from top: side salad, shiro (ground chickpeas with spices), alicha (cabbage, carrots, potato and spices), hamli kelwa (spinach and potato) and beef with spices. Katherine Jones Statesman file

Food Notes: Kibrom’s Ethiopian and Eritrean restaurant reopens

February 25, 2016 07:41 PM