This was my first time eating Eithiopian. The restaurant is just behind Kings Cross Station. We arrived just
after 7 on aFriday evening and it was very quiet, but most tables hade been reserved. When we left he place was very busy.
There are comments on here's about poor service. Our take on this is that the staff are perhaps a little reserved, and that may be their manner. We encountered no unfriendliness or rudeness.
The food tends to be eaten with your fingers, so be prepared. We ordered a selection for two, including chicken, lamb and vegetarian. It was spicy and tasty and comes served on a sort of sour spongy bread (better than its sounds) which you tear off strips and use to pick up the food.
We had two starters, a shared main course ( for 2) and a bottle of wine, all for less than £45, which we thought was good value.
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