An intimate little restaurant owned by an Ethiopian couple who couldn't have been more welcoming and helpful.There is a good variety of options on the menu, which the host will happily explain. The food we had was delicious and spicy (you can ask them to tone it down)...pork, beef, chicken arrive on a large platter with Ethiopian bread that you use to scoop up the food...no utensils. Very authentic. If people are sharing the same dish, I believe you have all three meat choices.
There is also a coffee ceremony but it can only be ordered if there are at least 3 or 4 people ordering coffee and you have to let them know 30 minutes ahead of time because it takes some time to do. They actually roast the beans once you order the coffee and bring them out to show you so you can smell the wonderful aroma. It is served in traditional Ethopian coffee pots.
Absolutely loved this place, the food and the whole experience.
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