Last week when I visited the South Bank, I discovered the most amazing Ethiopian Street Food at the South Bank Food Market, London.

Ethiopian food can be really Vegan friendly and their are plenty of healthy and tasty options to try out.

From a couscous special with beans to a mixed salad and gluten free option.

There were plenty of meal options to choose from.

Ethiopian food often comes with Injera which is a sour and spongy round bread, made of teff flour. Injera is naturally vegan and gluten-free.

Sauces and dishes are commonly poured on top of the injera, which is then used instead of cutlery to get the food from table or plate to mouth.

I love that many of the dishes came with Chick peas. Chick peas are a favourite of mine and we often use them in our meals at home.

The Green Plate looked incredibly tasty and had olives, cous cous and a variety of peas and beans.

The plates were huge and can be shared as a meal. You can order one specific meal or opt for a fifty fifty meal where you choose two dishes on a plate. I think this is a great way to test out the different foods on offer.

Have you ever tried Ethiopian food? The food at South Bank was super tasty.

Angela x

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  1. I’d love to visit and try some of that food. I’ve always heard that Ethiopian food is a treat, but I’ve never had the chance to try it before. Looks good!

  2. All of the plates look amazing! I love that there are many vegan/vegetarian options. It’s so hard to find places to eat when you don’t eat meat sometimes.

  3. That’s interesting that they use the bread to get the food off of the plate. I love that they have so many veggie options!

  4. I’ve never had Ethiopian food before and it looks so yummy! I know what to scout out places in NYC to try it !

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