Asmara Restaurant was established in 1986. For 22 years in Cambridge, Asmara has hosted several Bostonians, New Englanders, and Foreigner with Eritrean Food. Many people enjoy the Eritrean custom of eating with there fingers with our bread called Injera. Asmara Restaurant provides two kinds of Injera’s. One is made out of rice flour and the other is made out of Teff. Teff is a high grain packed with a considerable amount of protein, calcium, and fiber in each colorful seed. If you are allergic to wheat please call the manager to speak about what your options are. Asmara offers traditional tables called Mesob. They are woven baskets, which diner’s seat around the Mesob and the plate of food is placed in the center of the basket. Asmara Restaurant offers a variety of food to cater to the spicy, mild, vegetarian, carnivore, or vegan diners. The restaurant is filled with Eritrean artifacts, a variety of traditional items and several paintings done by an Eritrean Artist of his personal visions of Eritrea. Once you walk into Asmara Restaurant, we want you to feel like you have experienced something very different and satisfying with our flavorful food and our colorful culture.