The café or bistro was not luxuriously decorated. This café serves both Ethiopian and Latin cuisine. There is a small bakery display case in front and across from the case is a display of grains and such. This was my 1st experience with Ethiopian cuisine. The hostess/waitress was very helpful in explaining unfamiliar terms. I chose cubed lamb tibbs. Very tasty; but just a little too salty (I did drink a lot of water). Next time I will request less salt. Injera bread (Ethiopian spongy sour dough flatbread) was also served with the entrée. Different and interesting bread. The restaurant will substitute rice for the injera bread upon request. I ordered the fried whole fish meal as a takeout. Delicious lunch the next day. So many choices to try.
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