In a city of very ethnically diverse culinary offerings, Sheba is the only Ethiopian place to go for miles around. Prices are very reasonable and there are a number of combo platters to acquaint the uninitiated with this unique cuisine. We ordered the beef and vegan platters which were colorfully served on injera bread surrounding an Italian style salad. The food here has a sweeter taste than what I'm normally used to for Ethiopian but still quite pleasant. I wonder if it was slightly modified for the American palate. The iced tea is unique as well with a strong cinnamon punch. The beef sambusas were just right - not too spicy. They were served as cylinders instead of triangles. For tagalongs and children afraid of eating aromatic mushy food with spongy towel-like bread (injera), pasta is also available.