The choices at the Blue Nile are limited; you get either the Vegetarian Feast or the Ethiopian Feast (the Vegetarian Feast plus some meat dishes. The food, however, has always been delicious. Although I am a confirmed carnivore, I have found the vegetarian dishes superior to the meat dishes, so my wife and I almost always order the Vegetarian Feast, often with an additional salad.
The food is served without utensils. Instead you wrap the food in Ethiopian spongy bread and eat with your hands. It is a fun experience, and we enjoy visiting the Blue Nile a few times a year.
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