Although I live close to this restaurant and often pass it, I'd never actually eaten there until recently. Also, I had never tried Ethiopian food before. The restaurant is small and cosy, the staff is very friendly and helpful. We were with a rather large group and Ethiopian food is perfect for sharing, tasting, trying. The food is great, spicy and tasteful. You eat off a big plate, grabbing bites with a sort of flat bread / pancake instead of knife and fork, which might be a bit awkward if you have a very formal business meeting. However, if you know to people you are eating with relatively well, it actually enhances the social aspect of having dinner together.
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