Syracuse, N.Y. - Habiba Boru as of now has a committed fan base. She's cooked her Ethiopian dishes - zesty wats and injera bread - at My Fortunate Stomach meals. She's a cook. She's additionally sold suppers on Friday evenings at the Westcott People group Center. So when she declared Monday, on Facebook, that she is at last opening an eatery on Syracuse's North Side, hundreds joined the live stream to watch. As of early in the day today, almost 2,500 individuals have seen the video.
"It has been my fantasy, since I was 7 years of age, to open my own eatery," Boru said on her video from outside the eatery. "You have been a piece of my voyage from the beginning for quite a while, supporting me at whatever point I am providing food," she said. "I simply need to state thank you to such an extent." Habibas Ethiopian Kitchen will be at 656 N. Salina St., Syracuse. She says she intends to open in fourteen days. It will be Syracuse's solitary Ethiopian restaurant."No, all the more making a trip to Rochester and Ithaca for Ethiopian sustenance. We have it here, ideal here, in Syracuse," she said.