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A good Ethiopean restaurant slightly off the beaten track with very friendly and obliging staff. Apart from the very nice food, eating here is a real experience, best shared with friends and the interior is very Ethiopian. It can feel a little empty at times which is a real shame but that's not so much the organisation's fault. People just don't take a chance and prefer to go to kebab shops, Mcdonalds, KFC or some ponsy French gastro type place where the plate is huge and the food fills up a tenth of the surface.
Dishes can be light or spicy, dry or with sauce, meat or vegetables. Everything is served with a sour pancake (injera) which absorbs the flavours and goes beautifully with all the dishes.
Ethiopean drinks are available, and trying the post dinner Ethiopean coffee complete with aroma other sense tingling treats is highly recommended! They soemtimes have live music but you have to hang around till very late. A cosy feel to the place even if a little empty at times.
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Food 8 | Service 9 | Atmosphere 8 | Value for money 9
Sunday, November 14, 2010