Bunna Cafe, an Ethiopian restaurant has a food stand at the Smorgasburg. I ordered the injera; a sourdough flatbread. The injera had the texture and taste of light pancakes. I ordered this with Misir Wot (red lentils), Keysir (sauteed beets, carrots, and potatoes) and Gomen (sauteed kale with carrots). The misir wot was my favorite of the three, it had a slight kick.
I picked up some Bunna; an Ethiopian coffee which had a nice cinnamon taste.
There's lots of different choices at the Smorgasburg, there are approximately 100 food vendors representing a wide range of cuisines. For dessert, I headed to the Bamboo Bites. I picked up the mango with sticky rice for dessert. The rice was drizzled with a sweet cream. I love this dessert, the creaminess, the freshness of the mango, this was a nice treat. I definitely will go back and taste some of the other flavors that they have.
The Smorgasburg has so many different options to choose from. It's a great way to experience lots of different foods in one location. Here are a few images of other stands.
If you're interested in checking out the Smorgasburg, it's at the East River State Park in Williamsburg on Saturdays through November. For other locations, visit the website.
East River State Park
90 Kent Avenue, at North 7th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11211
Closest Subway Stop: Bedford Avenue (L)