Organic spices

Pictured is our cook Meza holding korerima (ኮሮሪማ), otherwise known as black cardamom. It’s an adored, sweet, lively, and very expensive spice. We use it with love in our sweat

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Frankincense

🌳Frankincense is a tree sap that gives a sweet pine-like aroma when heated. It’s been used since ancient times to heighten spirituality✨, to cleanse a room🧹, and to ward off

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Mit-Mita powder available for purchase

$3.99 Mit-mita is sprinkled on delicacies, spooned onto injera or flava beans, or is lightly dipped into. Ingredients: Ground African bird’s eye chili peppers, cardamom seed and salt. Ask our

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Berbere spice is available to purchase

$4.99 It’s been said that berbere is to Eritreans and Ethiopians as garam masala is to Indians, as vegeta is to Eastern Europeans, as thyme is to Jamaicans, as phố

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Awaze Sauce

$9.99 Awaze is dipped into so as to make food more flavourful with its berbere, red wine and mustard elements. It’s a perfect one-of-a-kind dip to have with non-spicy raw,

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Eating with injera

Injera is both a flatbread, an eating utensil, and a plate. Pieces of injera are used to pick up bites of entrées and side dishes. When the entire “tablecloth” of

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Enjoy a coffee ceremony at Selam Vegan

A coffee ceremony brings relatives, neighbours and visitors together in Eritrea and Ethiopia. It’s a mark of great respect to be invited. Green coffee beans are first roasted over an

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Social media, reviews and ratings

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Selam

Selam. It means “peace.” It’s a greeting of respect, whoever you may be. It’s a place of comfort and warmth, in the hustle of the busy city life. It’s a

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