If you're in the mood for a unique and delicious meal, head to Haiget's Restaurant in Edmond. Haiget's serves up authentic Ethiopian and Kenyan cuisine with great care and style. In general, Ethiopian food is a bit spicier than Kenyan food. With the advice from the helpful staff and the informative menu, the food here will appeal to a wide variety of tastes. While the meat served at Haiget's is served many delicious ways, much of the menu is or can be vegetarian as well.
A good place for many to start is the beef stew, which highlights many of the basic flavors of Kenyan cuisine, paired with some Chapati (slightly crispy Kenyan flatbread). Add a side of spicy avocado salad made with diced jalapenos or Senig (peppers stuffed with tomato and onion) and you've got a well-rounded, delicious and nutritious meal.
For a taste of Ethiopian flavors, try the spicy Siga Wot, which is similar to curry made with slices of beef, garlic, ginger, onions, clarified butter and Ethiopian spices. Have it with a side of Gomen (kale cooked with tomatoes and onion) or Msir Kik (lentils cooked with onions and garlic). Served with most Ethiopian meals is injera, a soft, spongy flatbread that can be used as a utensil and is an essential component of Ethiopian cuisine. There are many other dishes to try and Haiget's Restaurant is a place that you'll likely return to often.
Friday: 11am-2pm, 5:30-10pm
Saturday: 9:30am-2pm, 5:30-10pm