The restaurant has a "no frills" feel to it, and is remarkable for the perpetual strong smell of incense burning (we find it pleasant, some may not). It has a small patio which fronts a side street: very pleasant for dining in the summer.
We always order the vegetarian and meat combination plates. The food is served on a very large, flat, bread: you eat with your hands, scooping with the bread (wet towels are provided to clean hands when the food is served). The food is very tasty and the portions are always more than we can eat.
We went back last night for the first time in several months and noted that they have new menus which, clearly, nobody bothered to proof read before printing. The meat combination plate is listed as causing $1 (it doesn't, it costs $14) and much of the menu is nonsensical (for example, "choice of hard boiled egg"). Also, on several visits (but not last night), the bill has been wrong, so watch for that.
Another reviewer has said that this restaurant does not compare favourably with other Ethiopian restaurants in the city. My experience is the opposite: this Ethiopian restaurant is the one to which we always return, having tried and dismissed others.
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