Learn How to Eat Ethiopian Food the Right Way From Brooklyn's Bunna Cafe

In this video from Zagat’s “Stop Eating It Wrong” series, watch as owner Sam Saverance from popular Bushwick Ethiopian food spot Bunna Cafe teaches people how to eat Ethiopian food the right way.

At Bunna Cafe in Brooklyn, guests will notice table settings don’t include utensils. That’s because Ethiopian food is served with a side of injera, a bread that when used correctly ensures your hands stay clean. So, how did our guests fare?

The secret? Avoid getting messy food on your hand and scoop wrapping everything up in small cylinders.

via Zagat

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