"The injera was pillowy and spongy, and the combination of meats, vegetables and lentils was savory and scrumptious. We added a salad to the side, which added a nice acidic contrast to the richness of the sauces.
Something that I had never had before with Ethiopian food were the eggs, hard boiled and served in the sauces. I loved them."... more
If you are willing to wait for your food for about a half hour or so, this place is a must. The food is outstanding and you can so much as watch them cook in their open- faced kitchen. The ladies that cook and serve are actually from Ethiopia; they are kind and man-oh-man, can they cook! I have gone... more