I have not had Ethiopian food many places, but I thought this was very good. I love honey wine and we ordered a bottle for the table. They had two appetizers: injera salad and toasted injera (not really toasted but heated and seasoned) that I never had before that was quite tasty. I ordered the vegetable combo. Everything was delicious and what I had before, chick peas, string beans, cabbage and potatoes, except the collard greens were made with a cream that was not what I expected. Others had the combo with meat and also a lamb dish and a chicken dish. Entres came with 2 vegetables. And of cour9se served traditional style with injera. Nice sized portions. The place was decorated nicely although a little worn, we were the only ones there. Initially no music but they did turn it on. Not sure if it was empty because it was mid week or because of location. Service was freindly and attentive. I would definitely go back. If you like Ethiopian or want to try it, give this place a try.