centrally located near long street, this restaurant looks like it is taken rigth from ethyopian palace. the walls are nicely paintes with ethnic art, round mirror with ethyopin cross, umbrellas on the cieling, and all the tables and chairs, and plates and serving way are designed in traditional and original way. the food is served in a traditional way, he nence a waiter comes to you with a bucket of water and ask you to wash your hands, cause the eating is done by bare hands only. i went there for lunch and took the lunch deal - a choice between two or dishes served with the traditional sour thin bread. the dishes come on a big wide plate, and the plate itself is covered with the same thin bread. taste really good and different. staff was very kind and proffesional. there is even a small bar that serves alcohol but it is not included in the lunch deal.
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