The four in our party ordered both of the signature items in this small and bustling Ethiopian eatery. One was the Taste of Sheba Combination Sampler consisiting of five beef and two lamb dishes (but no poultry selections). The other was the meatless version of the sampler consisting of seven of their vegetarian selections. The large platter served with the traditional bread of Ethiopia - injera - which is a spongy bread ideal for dipping and scooping these delicacies - was enough to happily fill all four of us. We had expected to treat this as an appetizer and then order main courses, but it was enough food to skip ordering any entrees. Everyone enjoyed each of the fourteen items on the platter as well as the hands only-no utensil experience. The only minor negative was the slow service. There appeared to be too many diners for the too few serving staff. The cocktails and wine took a long time to arrive, but the slow service did not detract too greatly from the overall pleasant dining experience.
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