We enjoyed our meal here. The atmosphere is a zero, the service is kind, and the food is, well, weird. I know north African food well, and have eaten Ghanaian food, but this was a little odd for me. They serve a sour, spongy bread made of teff - a grain native to parts of Africa - and a series of what I would call sauces. It was good, but strange, and all four of us experienced some intestinal surprise. It wasn't that we were sick, it was just that we ate lots of foods that we are not used to, and we all felt a little strange. The people who own the restaurant are lovely.
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