In a city that has an amazing selection of Ethiopian food, you would think that Ethiopic would try harder. No dark, full-teff injera (unless you call ahead so that they can pick it up from a real Ethiopian restaurant--no joke!). They bring out a "western"-style bread basket before the meal (seriously?). The spread on either of the platters is fine, but nothing special. It actually seemed a bit bland and too much oil. The restaurant charges more for less taste, less truth in the food. Not worth a premium just because it's on H Street.
If you want a better choice, go to Enat or Etete and spend less! Or just go to Little Ethiopia in the city.
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