You know when you are at the right place for Ethiopian food when the restaurant is packed with Ethiopian diners. Just walking into this unassuming restaurant, your senses are delighted by the wonderful food smells. We were greeted in a warm and friendly manner so typical of Ethiopian people and our service continued in this manner. The restaurant has a more extensive menu than typical found and everything we tried was delicious, equal to the best I have ever tried. Highly recommended is the vegetarian dinner for two which included wonderfully spiced stew-like dishes of lentil, collards, cabbage, chickpea, potato, and other vegetables served on injera. For protein we added two very tasty milder chicken dishes (doro tibs and doro tibs alicha) because one of the diners did not like spicy food. I cannot wait to go back and try the lamb wat. There was plenty of additional injera to go around. For the quality and quantity of food, the prices was very reasonable.
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