I went here for dinner in March, 2017. There were only 2 other people in the restaurant at another table - sparse for a Thursday night. Service was slow - the menu is very limited with just 2 pages of offerings without any appetizers or desserts. I waited about 20 minutes for my food to arrive and when it did, it was lukewarm. I had ordered the "Doro Wat" - chicken dish with some vegetables and injira bread. The doro wat was not very spicy and was boneless (traditionally it is served with the bone and with a hard boiled egg) and no egg came with it. (The owner later explained that I could have asked for an egg). The vegetables were okay but nothing to write home about - what is needed is a spiced up version of what they serve. The food was served on a platter and you had to use your hands - traditionally Ethiopian.
This Ethiopian restaurant is the best one in Grand Rapids - but they have a way to go with their service levels and the offerings on the menu - all in all a decent place to get an ethnic meal.
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