This is a nice spot which was nicely decorated in earthy tones and hand carved wooden benches with cushions. I am new to Ethiopian food, but it was quite tasty. We ordered the Lalibela platter for two. I figured this was a good choice since we weren't familiar with the dishes and wanted to try many things, but there was only 2 of us. You meal can served on a large tray covered with a big kind of sour cream tasting pancake called injera. All of the meats and vegetables are served on top of the injera and you were given more injera on the side. There was more than enough food for the two of us and everything tasted good, though unfamiliar. The place is filled with Africans and lots of other ethnic groups so don't be intimidated, by not being used to the food the servers are nice and will help you feel welcome and help you through the menu. The cost per meal was about $20 per person plus drinks.
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