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    Bunna Cafe

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    Location and hours

    Sunday
    05:00 PM - 10:00 PMMenu
    12:00 PM - 04:30 PMBrunch
    Monday
    12:00 PM - 10:00 PMMenu
    12:00 PM - 04:00 PMLunch
    Tuesday
    Closed
    Wednesday - Thursday
    12:00 PM - 10:00 PMMenu
    12:00 PM - 04:00 PMLunch
    Friday
    12:00 PM - 11:00 PMMenu
    12:00 PM - 04:00 PMLunch
    Saturday
    05:00 PM - 11:00 PMMenu
    12:00 PM - 04:30 PMBrunch
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    Experience one of the most popular menu items among Uber Eats users at this evening go-to: the meal. If you're looking to order a couple things, you may consider this popular combination: the feast and the injera. • ₩ • African • Ethiopian • Vegan • Vegan Friendly • Vegetarian • Vegetarian Friendly • Healthy • Family Friendly

    1084 Flushing Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11237 • More

    People say...
    Tasty food • Well packed • Excellent value

    • Picked for you

      • Feast (choose 7 entrees)

        Comes with 4 rolls of injera on the side. Injera contains gluten. Substitute for rice to make dish gluten free.
        $19.00
      • Meal

        Comes with 3 rolls of injera on the side. Injera contains gluten. Substitute for rice to make dish gluten free. To order extra injera choose the injera menu item and enter the number you would like.
        $14.50
      • Sambusa

        Two triangular pastries stuffed with lentil or pepper mix and served with a spicy cilantro sauce. Contains gluten.
        $8.00
      • Feast for Two (2x portions of all 9 entrees)

        Comes with 4 rolls of injera on the side and one circle of injera for the bottom. To order extra injera choose the "Injera" menu item and enter the number you would like. Injera contains gluten. Substitute for rice to make dish gluten free.
        $41.00
      • Baklava

        Vegan. Light, crispy filo dough with pistachio, roasted walnuts, and served with coffee-infused demerara syrup. Vegan.
        $6.00
    • Appetizers

      • Kedija Selata

        Kale, lime, peppers, tomato, onion, avocado in olive oil, and with one piece of injera. Injera contains gluten. Substitute for rice to make dish gluten free.
        $8.00
      • Kategna

        Toasted Injera with a spicy berbere and olive oil filling. Contains gluten.
        $6.00
      • Sambusa

        Two triangular pastries stuffed with lentil or pepper mix and served with a spicy cilantro sauce. Contains gluten.
        $8.00
    • Dinner Beyenetu Combinations

      • Meal

        Comes with 3 rolls of injera on the side. Injera contains gluten. Substitute for rice to make dish gluten free. To order extra injera choose the injera menu item and enter the number you would like.
        $14.50
      • Feast (choose 7 entrees)

        Comes with 4 rolls of injera on the side. Injera contains gluten. Substitute for rice to make dish gluten free.
        $19.00
      • Feast for Two (2x portions of all 9 entrees)

        Comes with 4 rolls of injera on the side and one circle of injera for the bottom. To order extra injera choose the "Injera" menu item and enter the number you would like. Injera contains gluten. Substitute for rice to make dish gluten free.
        $41.00
      • Feast for Three (3x portions of all 9 entrees)

        Comes with 6 rolls of injera on the side and one circle of injera for the bottom. To order extra injera choose the "Injera" menu item and enter the number you would like. Injera contains gluten. Substitute for rice to make dish gluten free.
        $55.00
      • Injera

        A sourdough flatbread made of Teff and Barley Flour. Contains gluten.
        $1.00
    • Entrees

      • Gomen (Warm)

        Vegetarian. Steamed collard greens, ginger, garlic, and herbs. It comes with one or two injeras on the side.
        $7.00
      • Keysir Selata Sauteed (Cool)

        Beets, carrots, and potatoes served chilled. Comes with one or two injeras on the side. Injera contains gluten. Substitute for rice to make dish gluten free.
        $7.00
      • Misir Wot (Warm)

        Red lentils cooked with spicy berbere sauce. Comes with one or two injeras on the side. Injera contains gluten. Substitute for rice to make dish gluten free.
        $8.00
      • Yater Kik Alicha (Warm)

        Whole yellow split peas cooked with onion, ginger, garlic, herbs, and turmeric. Comes with one or two injeras on the side. Injera contains gluten. Substitute for rice to make dish gluten free.
        $7.00
      • Shiro (Warm)

        Ground split peas simmered with garlic, ginger, and herbs. Comes with one or two injeras on the side. Injera contains gluten. Substitute for rice to make dish gluten free.
        $8.00
      • Yatakilt Alicha (Warm)

        Cabbage, potatoes, carrots, and turmeric. Comes with one or two injeras on the side. Injera contains gluten. Substitute for rice to make dish gluten free.
        $7.00
      • Enguday Tibs (Warm)

        Crimini mushroom sauteed in rosemary, garlic, peppers, ginger, and onion. Comes with one or two injeras on the side. Injera contains gluten. Substitute for rice to make dish gluten free. Vegan.
        $8.00
      • Butecha Selata (Cool)

        Kale, red onion, lime, dried cranberries mixed with Butecha, a vegan stuffing made of chickpea flour, onion, peppers, and turmeric. Comes with one or two injeras on the side. Injera contains gluten. Substitute for rice to make dish gluten free. Vegan.
        $8.00
      • Fasolia (Warm)

        Lightly sautéed string beans and carrots with berbere, garlic, and ginger. Comes with one or two injeras on the side. Injera contains gluten. Substitute for rice to make dish gluten free. Vegan.
        $8.00
    • Dinner Sides

      • Basmati Rice

        Cooked with oil and lightly salted. Choose from white or brown. Vegan.
        $3.00
      • Avocado

        1/2 a whole avocado.
        $2.00
      • Daata (Ethiopian Hot Sauce)

        Cilantro, berbere, garlic, peppers, & oil. Vegan.
        $1.00
      • Injera

        A sourdough flatbread made of Teff and Barley Flour. Contains gluten.
        $1.00
    • Dessert

      • Baklava

        Vegan. Light, crispy filo dough with pistachio, roasted walnuts, and served with coffee-infused demerara syrup. Vegan.
        $6.00
    • Drinks

      • Bunna

        Ethiopian coffee fresh roasted, immersion-brewed with cardamom and cloves. Choose hot or iced.
        $3.00
      • Shai

        Ethiopian wush-wush black tea, hand picked from the hills outside Addis Ababa, infused with cinnamon, cardamom, cloves, and ginger. Choose hot or iced.
        $4.00
      • Ethiopiano

        Shai with Bunna and demerara syrup. Choose hot or iced.
        $4.00
      • Tosign

        Ethiopian thyme (tosign) and ginger tea (Caffeine free). Choose hot or iced.
        $4.00
      • Kerkede Shai

        Home-brewed hibiscus tea served hot or cold with lemon and simple syrup.
        $4.00
      • Juices

        Pureed fruits mixed with grenadine syrup. Thick and luscious.
        $5.00
      • Pellegrino Grapefruit Soda

        16% grapefruit juice and a bunch of delicious sugarrrr.
        $3.00
      • Spindrift Cucumber Soda

        5% cucumber juice and no sugar. It's healthy!
        $3.00
      • Sodas (12 oz)

        $3.00
    • Gebeya! (Marketplace)

      • Berbere

        The essence of Ethiopia. Use as a key ingredient for your wots, and as a spicy kick for your favorite cooked dishes. Ingredients: Ethiopian red pepper, cardamom, clove, fenugreek, coriander, and various spices. Vegan.
        $12.00
      • Koseret

        A dried flavorful herb. Koseret is found in many Ethiopian dishes. It is similar in flavor to basil with a slightly minty smell. Also used traditionally as a digestive aid.
        $6.00
      • Korarima

        Ethiopian cardamom. A member of the ginger family, korarima is a common ingredient in many Ethiopian dishes. Also used to spice coffee and as a digestive aid.
        $6.00
      • Bessobela

        Ethiopian Sacred Basil. An incredibly delicate herb with a purple flower that is sun-dried and coarsely ground. Works well as a marinade or rub.
        $6.00
      • Gumaro Shai

        Gumaro Tea comes from the oldest plantation in Ethiopia, started in 1928 in Gore in the Western area. Black tea carefully sun-dried. One teaspoon per cup of tea.
        $6.00
      • Wush Wush Shai

        Wush Wush Black Tea​ organically grows in the fertile highlands of the Southern part of Ethiopia, producing a rich flavor and nutrition. Sun-dried. One teaspoon per cup.
        $6.00
      • Spiced Nensebo Woreda Sidamo Coffee

        Hand-roasted french dark with whole cardamom and clove. (half pound)
        $10.00
      • Raw Nensebo Woreda Sidamo Coffee

        Half pound. Raw coffee. Washed and sun-dried beans. Ready for roasting at home.
        $7.00
    • Lunch Specials

      • Lunch

        Comes with 2 injera on the side. Injera contains gluten. Substitute for rice to make dish gluten free.
        $10.00
    • Picked for you

      • Habesha Breakfast

        A combination of Duba Firfir or Alicha Yater Firfir, Butecha, and Kosta. With a side of Kita.
        $18.00
      • Bamya Dinch

        Sauteed okra and potatoes, with garlic, onion, tomato, and turmeric. Vegan.
        $5.00
      • Butecha

        A vegan scramble. Ground chickpea stuffing mixed with onion, peppers, garlic, and ginger. With a side of Kita. Vegan.
        $11.00
      • Special Ful

        Ful with Butecha and Cashew Ergo with a side of Kita.
        $16.00
      • Duba Firfir

        Crumbled pieces of injera with cooked kabocha squash, berbere, onion, ginger, garlic, and served with Cashew Ergo. Vegan.
        $11.00
    • Brunch Combinations

      • Special Ful

        Ful with Butecha and Cashew Ergo with a side of Kita.
        $16.00
      • Habesha Breakfast

        A combination of Duba Firfir or Alicha Yater Firfir, Butecha, and Kosta. With a side of Kita.
        $18.00
    • Brunch Entrees

      • Butecha

        A vegan scramble. Ground chickpea stuffing mixed with onion, peppers, garlic, and ginger. With a side of Kita. Vegan.
        $11.00
      • Duba Firfir

        Crumbled pieces of injera with cooked kabocha squash, berbere, onion, ginger, garlic, and served with Cashew Ergo. Vegan.
        $11.00
      • Ful

        Fava Beans sauteed with tomato, peppers, olive, oil, and cilantro. With a side of Kita.
        $11.00
      • Kosta

        Sauteed swiss chard with onion. With a side of Kita.
        $11.00
      • Alicha Yater Firfir

        Whole yellow split peas with crumbled injera, onion, garlic, cherry tomato, and tumeric. Served cold. Vegan.
        $11.00
    • Brunch Sweet

      • Espris Selata

        Cut papaya, mango, and avocado. Served with Vimto grenadine syrup and lime. Vegan.
        $8.00
      • Fetira

        Kita torn into strips and mixed with dates and agave syrup.
        $6.00
      • Sweet Plantain

        Fried sweet plantain.
        $3.00
    • Brunch Sides

      • Nigella Fritters

        Fermented wheat flour, flaxseed, sesame seed, and nigella seed, fried to order. Choose 2 or 4 per order.
        $6.00
      • Bamya Dinch

        Sauteed okra and potatoes, with garlic, onion, tomato, and turmeric. Vegan.
        $5.00
      • Kita

        Toasted paratha style flatbread.
        $2.00
      • Cashew Ergo

        Creamy dairy-free yogurt made from cashew milk.
        $3.00
    • Dinner Sides

      • Basmati Rice

        Cooked with oil and lightly salted. Choose from white or brown. Vegan.
        $3.00
      • Avocado

        1/2 a whole avocado.
        $2.00
      • Daata (Ethiopian Hot Sauce)

        Cilantro, berbere, garlic, peppers, & oil. Vegan.
        $1.00
      • Injera

        A sourdough flatbread made of Teff and Barley Flour. Contains gluten.
        $1.00
    • Drinks

      • Bunna

        Ethiopian coffee fresh roasted, immersion-brewed with cardamom and cloves. Choose hot or iced.
        $3.00
      • Shai

        Ethiopian wush-wush black tea, hand picked from the hills outside Addis Ababa, infused with cinnamon, cardamom, cloves, and ginger. Choose hot or iced.
        $4.00
      • Ethiopiano

        Shai with Bunna and demerara syrup. Choose hot or iced.
        $4.00
      • Tosign

        Ethiopian thyme (tosign) and ginger tea (Caffeine free). Choose hot or iced.
        $4.00
      • Kerkede Shai

        Home-brewed hibiscus tea served hot or cold with lemon and simple syrup.
        $4.00
      • Juices

        Pureed fruits mixed with grenadine syrup. Thick and luscious.
        $5.00
      • Pellegrino Grapefruit Soda

        16% grapefruit juice and a bunch of delicious sugarrrr.
        $3.00
      • Spindrift Cucumber Soda

        5% cucumber juice and no sugar. It's healthy!
        $3.00
      • Sodas (12 oz)

        $3.00
    • Gebeya! (Marketplace)

      • Berbere

        The essence of Ethiopia. Use as a key ingredient for your wots, and as a spicy kick for your favorite cooked dishes. Ingredients: Ethiopian red pepper, cardamom, clove, fenugreek, coriander, and various spices. Vegan.
        $12.00
      • Koseret

        A dried flavorful herb. Koseret is found in many Ethiopian dishes. It is similar in flavor to basil with a slightly minty smell. Also used traditionally as a digestive aid.
        $6.00
      • Korarima

        Ethiopian cardamom. A member of the ginger family, korarima is a common ingredient in many Ethiopian dishes. Also used to spice coffee and as a digestive aid.
        $6.00
      • Bessobela

        Ethiopian Sacred Basil. An incredibly delicate herb with a purple flower that is sun-dried and coarsely ground. Works well as a marinade or rub.
        $6.00
      • Gumaro Shai

        Gumaro Tea comes from the oldest plantation in Ethiopia, started in 1928 in Gore in the Western area. Black tea carefully sun-dried. One teaspoon per cup of tea.
        $6.00
      • Wush Wush Shai

        Wush Wush Black Tea​ organically grows in the fertile highlands of the Southern part of Ethiopia, producing a rich flavor and nutrition. Sun-dried. One teaspoon per cup.
        $6.00
      • Spiced Nensebo Woreda Sidamo Coffee

        Hand-roasted french dark with whole cardamom and clove. (half pound)
        $10.00
      • Raw Nensebo Woreda Sidamo Coffee

        Half pound. Raw coffee. Washed and sun-dried beans. Ready for roasting at home.
        $7.00
    Bunna Cafe
    (682) on Yelp
  • Devin G. • 21/9/2021
    So I came here with my best friend in the middle of that really bad storm Nyc had and they didn't disappoint! Ok so let's get into it the service here is usually pretty good never had an issue, very clean and the food portion sizes are definitely good to share or get your own...  

  • Holly S. • 21/8/2021
    I love it - everything is so good ! Veggie Combo and some spiced tea for the win. You want to dine in because I feel like the portions are larger when you eat there.

  • Thomas F. • 16/8/2021
    Coming to Bunna Cafe from the city is a fun experience. The walk from the L train to the cafe is a stroll through graffiti covered low rise factories. The feel reminds a bit of being in an apocalyptical movie, where the heroes cross through a dilapidated urban center to find a warm, hospital, and...  

  • Israt A. • 19/9/2021
    I had an in person brunch experience here and it was great!. The special ful was amazing and it was a lot of food. The flavor of the fava beans and the texture- YUM! The cashew yogurt so nice mixed in. The kita bread that it comes with tastes like paratha from South Asian cuisine....  

  • Maria A. • 29/7/2021
    Got delivery. Love that it came in mini pizza boxes. All of the dishes were well-packaged in separate containers to plate at home. I also liked the soft texture and taste of the injera. Almost as good as Oakland's Cafe Colucci. Standouts : Yater Kik Alicha (yellow split peas, the best) Enguday Tibs (mushrooms, well-done)...  

  • Carli A. • 9/8/2021
    Amazing food! I can recommend both the lentil samosas and the Kategna as starters! Kategna is a toasted Injera (sour pancake like thing) had a spicy, sour and slightly burned flavor, really interesting and tasty! We had the feast for two and it was too much for us, we took half of it home. So...  
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