We ordered the traditional assortment for two, which was served on the traditional injera crepe. There was a great variety of dishes, but some lacked flavor and others were not as warm as they should have been. The lamb dish was delicious and there were several mildly spicy options made from green or red lentils. There was a cabbage and onion concoction that I really loved. One "sour note" was the injera itself, which was less sour than it should have been, causing us to wonder if it had even been prepared with teff grain.
The charming decor of Chez Haregua was very encouraging, though the lack of other diners was not. Having the place to ourselves meant the service was attentive, but it also seemed lonely. I hope their business picks up later in the evening (we went at 7:15).
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