Discover our Menu

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At Konjo, we don’t just serve food, we are passionate about it.

Breakfast

Lunch and dinner

All mains are served with injera*, a flat, slightly sour pancake-like bread, a staple of Ethiopian food, which also serves as your cutlery!

To share

Wide selection of mild and spicy dishes served on a tray of injera*.
Platters are sized per person: the greater the number of diners, the bigger the tray!

Our meal pack deals (take away)

$40

Feeds 2 to 3 pple

Duo Mixed pack
1 Kai wot (Lamb stew, slow-cooked in berbere)
1 Beetroot stew
1 Spicy lentils dish
Comes with injera.
To help stop the spread of coronavirus, our Buffet Deals are temporarily unavailable.

$40

Feeds 2 to 3 pple

Duo vegan pack
1 whole green lentils in turmeric
1 veggie stew
1 spicy lentils in berbere
Comes with injera.
To help stop the spread of coronavirus, our Buffet Deals are temporarily unavailable.

$65

Feeds 4 to 6 people

Family mixed pack
1 Doro Wot (spicy chicken in berbere)
1 Kai Wot (Lamb stew, slow-cooked in berbere)
1 Whole green lentils in turmeric
1 Cabbage & Potatoe stew
Comes with injera.

Beverages

Glossary

The Art of Eating Ethiopian

Eating Ethiopian style for the first time can be a daunting experience.
Not only do you share with friends/family off a communal tray, but everyone eats with their hands!

1. Tear off a piece of injera with your right hand.

2. Use the tip of your stretched fingers in a repeated pinch & roll motion to lead the stews into the injera.

3. Take it to your mouth, enjoy!

Gursha

Don’t be embarrassed or alarmed if someone - usually the host - picks the tastiest morsel and feeds it directly into your mouth! It is a custom called gursha. The trick is to take it without letting your mouth come into contact with the person’s fingers, or allowing the food to fall. It’s a mark of great friendship or affection, and is usually given at least twice (once is considered unlucky).
Refusing to take Gursha is a terrible slight to the person offering it!