Six of us visited on a Tuesday lunchtime and we were the only people in restaurant.
The restaurant was clean, however the tables are covered in plastic - I always find that rather worrying.
I am not an expert on Ethiopian food, so the ordering was left to one member of our party who is from Ethiopia. The menu was comprehensive, although only one of the four types of Ethiopian beer listed was available. Pints of lager were listed at £3.80 which is really good value.
The food was really good, tasty and most enjoyable. The concept of eating food from injera bread is very sociable so it lends itself to groups.
The speciality coffee was excellent and the roasted coffee beans are brought to the table as part of the ritual.
The food and drinks are very reasonable priced and the service was also good with the waitress being very knowledgable and helpful.
Good place to go with a group.
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