Cheap lunches. Global Cafe on Northbourne

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enjere and curry

NESTLED in the bosom of the Jolimont Centre the Global Cafe has been quietly doling out delicious Ethiopian curries for a few years now.

Offering dine in or take away they offer a choice of three dishes from the bain marie on either Injera flatbread (think a big fluffy lemony pancake) or rice. Lentil based vegetarian options abound, but I go for the chicken and beef curries with a yellow cabbage and potato mix.

Brought up on tales of famine from the Horn of Africa it’s easy to be blinded to the culinary wonders of that part of the world. Luckily Canberra has been blessed in recent years with an assortment of restaurants and offerings at markets to educate our palates.

Global Cafe does a pretty good job, and charges just $8 for the privilege.

For more information check out their website.

[This article is the fourth in a series on cheap lunches to be found in and around the city. If you have any suggestions leave them in the comments or email them to john@citynews.com.au . The complete series can be found on our cheap lunches tag]

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