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My husband and I finally gave this restaurant a try last night, and wonder why it took us so long. On a cold night in Ithaca, it was wonderful to walk into this warm, cozy, friendly place. Service was excellent, food was truly fantastic (best...More
It was just as fun to share our meal in the Ethiopian dining tradition as it was to eat the food. We ordered the vegetarian combo ($42) for the 3 of us and still had plenty to take home. The food was delicious & we...More
Considering the lack of great restaurant options in Ithaca, this isn't a bad choice, but I have had better Ethiopian food in other cities. Also they needed more staff. The place was swamped and the waiters seemed quite overwhelmed.
2 couples went here as part of a downtown walking tour of Ithaca. So glad we stopped here. It's very unassuming from the outside, and we have actually passed this by on previous occasions. The food here is excellent and authentic. If you are willing...More
We met family here and had a wonderful "family style" meal. The trays have bread (including a gluten-free option) that's the thickness and texture of a crepe under all the superbly seasoned meat and vegetables.
This is a BYO restaurant. It's in the hub of...More
I ate here with friends, we shared a platter which was yummy, but service was on the slow side. I wanted to try the food as I’ve never had Ethiopian food before, and whilst it tasted good and was clearly very busy as there was...More
This is not the place to impress or make a connection.
For those not familiar, this is kind of 'slop' food and you eat it with your fingers. Definitely not beautiful food to look at.
But in all fairness, this is an Ethiopian experience and...More
We decided to try this place as neither of us had eaten Ethiopian and we enjoy trying new foods. My instinct was to ask for cutlery (it says it's an option on the menu) when the food came out, but I fought the urge and...More
The service was the star of the experience. attentive without hovering and done very unobtrusively. The food ..... meh. I have eaten at many authentic Ethiopian restaurants and here the food was rather bland. The spiced tea at $4 was a black tea bag with...More