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The lat­est hip ad­dress on Brussels’vi­brant eth­nic din­ing scene, Toukoul pro­poses an ex­otic evening dis­cov­er­ing the cui­sine of Ethiopia. The name refers to a tra­di­tional African mud hut, and the stun­ning dé­cor and friendly am­biance im­me­di­ately trans­ports din­ers far from the trendy Sain­teCather­ine quar­ter. An Ethiopian meal is a shared ex­pe­ri­ence, served on a com­mu­nal plate, with din­ers us­ing tra­di­tional in­jera bread to pick up tasty morsels of spicy beef or chicken ragoût, cur­ried fish and a host of tasty veg­e­tar­ian dishes. End with a buna – in­tense Ethiopian cof­fee ac­com­pa­nied by smoky in­cense. Main dishes cost € 15- € 18 ($21-$25).

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