It seems to be an authentic Ethiopian restaurant, and we saw some couples dining there and enjoying, but I would not recommend it to families with kids.
The location is somewhat rough around the edges. The food is okay but not tasty or exotic, that Ethiopian bread is sour, and the portions are not generous. The kids hardly ate anything.
The managers do not seem to follow conventions on hospitality, providing plates and utensils, or even serving water. They only have glasses, no plastic or disposable cups for kids. You're supposed to eat with your hands, which is nice, but can get messy with kids.
Nice people and interesting food, but the service was not great, the prices are quite high, and we left still hungry and unsatisfied. Again, it may be fine for some people, but I would not recommend it to families with kids.
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