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  From ethiopia with love 

 

 

come try the best injera in oklahoma 

 

In observance for the Thanksgiving Holiday

Lalibela Ethiopian Restaurant’s opening days are as follows:

 Tuesday November 20th: Closed

Wednesday November 21st: Closed

Thursday November 22nd: Closed

Friday November 23rd: Closed

Saturday November 24th: Closed

Sunday November 25th: Closed

Monday November 26th: Closed

Tuesday November 27th: Open at 11:am-9:00 pm

 

We pray that this Thanksgiving is a time for you to enjoy some quality time with friends and family and to remember, "There is always something to be thankful for."

 

 

 

Happy Thanksgiving

Lalibela Ethiopian Restaurant

Our story

Ethiopia is one of the earliest nations to adopt Christianity, in the early half of the fourth century, with its historic roots dating to the time of the Apostles.

The Lalibela Churches in Ethiopia conjures up a mythical appeal. Many churches and monasteries are perched on mountain sides overlooking steep gorges. And indeed, nowhere else on the planet is there larger monolithic churches, like The Lalibela Churches.

The Lalibela Churches, were built by King Lalibela in the 13th century, as an African alternative to the Holy City of Jerusalem. King Lalibela, revered as a saint, is said to have seen Jerusalem, and then attempted to build a New Jerusalem as his capital, in Ethiopia. At the time, Christian pilgrimages to Jerusalem were halted by Muslim conquests. Fortunately, the Holy City of Lalibela became a substitute for the holy places of Jerusalem and Bethlehem, and as such, had a considerable influence on Ethiopia’s Christianity.

Contrary to modern belief, Lalibela’s eleven churches were not built from a brick, but rather carved from living rock, sometimes residing underground. The blocks of rock were intricately hewn with doors, windows and drainage systems, all carved from the original stone structure.

King Lalibela’s motivation for this method of construction, and the exact techniques of carving, are not entirely clear, it is said to have taken 24 years to complete the impressive designs. Legend has it that while the king worked with local Ethiopian artisans and architects by day, angels took over and helped them complete the task by night.

“Food Is Our Common Ground a Universal Experience,” and enjoy your meal!"

 

Phone

(918) 455-0057

EMAIL: Lalibelarestaurant.ok@outlook.com

Location

312 S Elm Place
Broken Arrow, OK 74012

WEBSITE

.www.lalibelaethiook.com
 

HOURS

Monday - Closed
Tue-Sat- 11am-8:30pm
Sunday - Closed

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LET'S CHAT

 If you have a customer service question, a professional inquiry, or just want to talk to us about how much you've enjoyed our awaze tibs, feel free to leave us a note at Lalibelarestaurant.Ok@outlook.com.