2084 Frederick Douglass Blvd (at 113th St)
New York, NY 10026
If you’ve never tried Ethiopian food, the sleek Zoma in Harlem is a great place to start. Everything on the menu is served with traditional injera, a large sourdough crepe that's perfect for dipping into slow-cooked stews and soaking up saucy marinated beef, lamb, and chicken plates. There's no shortage of heat either -- dishes range from mild to spicy to holy-crap-why-did-I-eat-this.