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MICHELIN Guide 2019

Zoma

  • 2084 Frederick Douglass Blvd., New York
  • 13 - 24.99 USD
  • Ethiopian
MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View

Smart, cool, modern and always welcoming, Zoma may well be this city’s most serious Ethiopian restaurant. The crowded bar emits a golden light from below to showcase its premium spirits, and the ambient dining room is filled with locals from this thriving community. Attention to detail is clear from the steaming-hot towel for cleaning your hands to the carefully folded injera used for scooping up their chopped salads, chunky stews and saucy vegetables. Unusual starters might include green lentils with a cold and crunchy mix of onions, jalapeños, ginger, white pepper and mustard seeds. The doro wat-a chicken dish of the Amhara people-is a traditional stew with a berbere sauce of sun-dried hot peppers and ground spices.

Distinction
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Bib Gourmand • Inspectors’ favourites for good value

Classification
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Comfortable

Price

13 - 24.99 USD

Services
  • a Wheelchair accessible
  • E Establishment totally or partly reserved for non-smokers

Zoma

+1 212-662-0620
Opening hours
Lunch Sat - Sun Dinner nightly

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