Not fancy just good food. Recommended to us and we recommend to anyone who likes, or is willing to try, Ethiopian food. Caveat to 1st timers: no silverware just injera (bread-like) to scoop up food. The waitress (owner?) was attentive and very concerned that we enjoyed our food selections and willing to assist and make modifications. Be certain to check on how spicy a dish is as some have a "kick". I always wonder why an ethnic restaurant does not play traditional music from the country of origin. While the jazz was good it was out of place. Will certainly return.
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