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Ethiopian

Posted 3/4/2009

Dukem #2

1100 Maryland Ave., (410) 385-0318, dukemrestaurant.com, $-$$

Luckily, pretty much the only Ethiopian dining option in Baltimore is also dependable, affordable, and delicious. Large parties or bottomless stomachs can order multiple full-sized portions of the entrées, from tibs (cubed lamb marinated in a piquant sauce) to vegetarian fare, but solitary diners and the normal appetite can savor the combination samplers, which can include a tibs item and a wot (stew), plus veggies. Carnivores should definitely check out the minchet abesh, ground beef sizzled in ginger and garlic.

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