We were fortunate to have an Ethiopian restaurant nearby for a few years. When it closed I never expected to find another...at least close by.
The Queen of Sheba is located in a converted flour mill and has a very nice atmosphere. A large screen depicts scenes of Africa as you eat and there are artifacts and art scattered around the small restaurant. But the service and the food are the stars of this place. Our server was pleasant, interested in us as we were in her and explained the foods on the menu. I like the injera (a soft porus bread) and was surprised to find the lamb dishes my wife and I ordered were served on a HUGE piece of it. We broke off pieces and dipped it in the sauces while enjoying a great glass of spiced mint tea with real mint. We wanted to try a desert but were too satiated to indulge.
This was a very nice dining experience Even though there were shoppers nearby, where we sat we had a view of the interior and its interesting decorations that enhanced the meal. I think you will be surprised, too.
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