Asian-Ethiopian fusion that's as unique as it is delicious.. T’s Place offers Asian-Ethiopian fusion that’s as unique as it is delicious. There’s a bar that sits in the center of T’s Place where neighborhood residents, natives and new immigrants, gather to chat, drink beer and wine and catch a game on the overhead TVs. In fact, T’s Place is neo-Lake Street all the way: The food is a fusion of Ethiopian, Asian and European. And the patrons reflect that eclectic mix, showing up for the deliciously spicy veggie dishes; an AfroCuban band that might grace the stage late one evening; or to catch a soccer game or vent about their day. Everything at T’s Place is made with serious care; chef-owner Tee Belachew has studied spices and flavors for nearly two decades, turning seasoning into an art form. And he and the T’s Place staff are always grateful to show new patrons the tastes of the world.
excellent food, excellent value!. I think this is one of those "best kept secret" restaurants that's a little bit off the beaten path (i.e., not in downtown, uptown, or dinkytown). There isn't a lot of hype surrounding this place, but its customers know it's got great food in a great atmosphere. We usually get one of the combo meals, which are a great value. They come with three of their savory dishes served on a large piece of injera. And it also comes with a little salad with homemade cheese and one other dish that, for some reason, is not listed on the menu. Then, to top it all off, you get an additional basket of the injera. Definitely try one of their imported beers or the honey wine - they compliment the food nicely!
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