I know Ethiopian food well and was pleased to find that this restaurant has good dishes, and even uncommon ones such as Kitfo, a spiced raw or barely cooked beef dish with berbere a spicy pepper treat. (Theirs was tasty, but seemed well-cooked, perhaps for legal/health reasons.) Food was very good, though I have had better. Decor was among the most genuine I have encountered, but the service was lacking in both promptitude and attentiveness. In fairness, that was the 'luck of the draw' as the server tending to the neighboring table seemed to be doing a fine job. One plus, all personnel were Ethiopian and that should and did insure food properly prepared.
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