Inside the restaurant looks more like a small take-out than where you can wine and dine.
But the food was good and we enjoyed the Habesha special and with another dish we had enough for us 3.
But what was special was: "No Cutlery", no forks, no spoons no knifes; not that you needed a knife as the meat was very tender.
The menu showed how we were to cope: "take a piece of injera bread and use it to grab the various meats or vegitables".
The injera bread looks like a pancake but it is made from a grain I have never tasted.
We had an enjoyable experience and like to come back. Most of all it was only 1 small block away of our B&B whos hostess recommended it with a warning not to judge it by the atmosphere..
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