One can find both the typical traditional Eritrean/Ethiopian breakfast and intercontinental. And real tasty!
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Are you tired of McDonalds, Pizza, and other fatty fast food? I'll recomend breakfast or lunch at Aurora Cafe. They had greit food, and the costumer service was excellent. They have a lot of vegetarian opitions, which I have had problems finding in USA, but...More
The Washington Post listed this cafe as a good breakfast place whether you chose Eritrean or American food. We wanted to try Eritrean. The waitress was helpful in explaining the dishes. I had what I considered a version of French toast and my friend had...More
Non-pretentious Ethiopian Restaurant in a small outdoor mall that is easily missed. The owner seems amazed that some Americans love Ethiopian food and is willing to make sure you enjoy the experience.
Hole in the wall. Food was really delicious. My husband got a Panino ( tomato, cheese, onion, egg, on a focaccia). I got the omelet. No outdoor seating. In a little shopping center. Has maybe 10 small tables inside. Service was great!
The food is finger licking good. The chicken with spinach, the Shiro and the fava bean appetizer are great. The tea is also very good. It is just a pity that the flavorful food is ruined by the slowness in service. They need to do...More
I ate here with visiting family and loved it! Friendly staff, the atmosphere makes you feel like you're visiting a close friend's home. The food was cooked perfectly and was very filling. A quaint little hole in the wall cafe, definitely a new favorite!
Wife and I saw this restaurant recommended on TV show and checked it out on yelp and it had great reviews so we said we should try it. The place is small but looks very nice on the inside and the waitress was very nice...More