There is not much to say, the food is just awesome! There are not many choices on the menu (which is divided between vegetarian and carnivores) and I always suggest to get the misto-misto the first times, to try everything. The injera (the ethiopian bread with which you eat the food - nu cutlery, just hands :P) is really made with the traditional teff flour (not wheat like in many other restaurants) and the quality of the food is excellent and always well presented on the plate.
Other points in favor: the staff is very nice and the ambience is good.
One more suggestion: try the tea, if you like it strong and spicy. It goes very well with the ethiopian food.
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