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Dukem provides you with a taste of Ethiopia’s finest authentic dishes.
- General Info:
- Selam (Hello)! Welcome to Dukem Restaurant and Market. We are located in the heart of Burien, minutes away from the airport. Dukem provides you with a taste of Ethiopia’s finest authentic dishes. Whether you are making a quick drop by the market to pick up freshly slaughter meat, or dining for the evening to satisfy your hunger for savory, mouthwatering Tibs, you will have an unforgettable experience that will make you want to come back for more. Our friendly and welcoming staff will provide you with excellent service to meet your needs. Dukem welcomes you, your family and friends to please stop by for breakfast, lunch or dinner and shop at the market, which provides a wide selection of goods! If you are interested in ordering for take out, just give us a call and we will start your order and your dish will be freshly prepared and ready for pick up by the time you arrive at the restaurant. While you pick up your order, you may also want to pick up some side food products such as: Injera “Traditional Bread,” Dabo/Ambesha “bread”, Quanta “spice beef jerky” or Berbere “Ethiopian spice”
- Meats-USDA approved bull/cow meat available everyday and freshly slaughtered every Thursday and Saturday Breads - Fresh Injera, Ambasha, Dabo “Traditional Ethiopian Bread” Grains & Beans - Teff “Ethiopian grain used for making injera”, 100% organic barley, oats, millet, Mashila “Sorghum”, Sinday duket “wheat”, Garbanzo beans, Dark red kidney beans, Red Mill barley flour. Snacks --Dabo kolo “crunchy, fried snack of bread balls”, Quanta “dried beef jerky”, Dirkosh “dried shreds of injera”, Findisha “popcorn” Spices -Berbere “Ethiopian hot spice”, Mitmita “Ethiopian spice”, Mekelesha “A mixture of 7 different spices, including cinnamon, cumin and cloves”, Ird “curry”, Korameema “another traditional spice”, Shy kemam “tea spices (cinnamon, cloves, and cardamom)”, Sinafich “horseradish”, Habish Traditional Home Products, Itan “incense”, Kesel “charcoal” Traditional Coffee/Drinks - Buna “raw, Ethiopian coffee beans”, Noog “safflower seeds” Traditional East African Food Product -- Bulla “fine powder made of dried banana leaves”, Beso “Ethiopian grain”, Kinchay “crushed wheat”, Shiro “split peas”, Kick “split peas”, Shimbera Audios/CDS/DVDS -- Ethiopian short drama, Ethiopian comedy, Ethiopian movies (also available for rental), Music Calling Cards, Ria - Money transfers Open 7 Days a Week
- Burien Lake View
- Free Parking