Have been to Ethiopia including remote townships so know what is eaten there and I can verify that this place is the closest thing you are likely to get in Australia to the real deal. Nice hand-washing ritual before eating (which is with your right hand) and very tasty offerings - especially "fasting" food (what Ethiopians call vegan). They specialise in injera: a stew-like curry served on top of a crepe-like flatbread,made out of fermented teff flour. which is supposed to be really good for you: high in protein and fibre. In Ethiopia they can't go a day without injera: it is a staple.
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