Decor was classic and simple, yet really brought out the African flavour of the whole atmosphere. First time trying out Ethiopian cuisine which made me quite surprised since its a whole new fresh concept to me.
Huge plate of pancake base which was slightly sour and had plenty of toppings on top - mostly meat marinated in different spices, also ordered the lamb steaks.
The meat marinated in different spices was reminiscent of Malay or Indian cuisine (what we get to taste here in Singapore) and the pancake base was similar to that of what we have in Singapore - which we call Mee Jian Kueh (Panfried Rice Pancakes) - but the sour version.
Lamb steaks exuded a strong "goaty" aroma when bit into it (which I am a big fan of) and they came off the bone quite easily.
Even though it is a bit fatty and messy, which is something you wouldn't fancy if you are going on a date, all in all, it is a good eye-opener to the world of Ethiopian cuisine.
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