This review maybe a little bias because I love Ethiopian food. (By the way I am a young Caucasian male, no ties with this culture what so ever)
I have been to 2 other Ethiopian restaurants before I went here, and I enjoyed the food, so before going into this restaurant I had high expectations
When entering the restaurant the owner of the establishment greeted us with very friendly open arms (Even though…she is not that sociable).
The service was good; she was the only person stationing the restaurant. Between preparing our food she would make sure that we were satisfied and accommodated. She notified us about the different kinds of food, and gave great recommendations. Our food was served fairly quickly
Now some people have different tastes.. I brought someone here who did not favour the food, but still ate it. If you do like Ethiopian food then I highly, highly recommend coming here
The place was decently clean for me. The interior design is nothing special or flashy. You can tell they try to fashion the restaurant with their history and culture, which I highly admire.
Just sitting in that restaurant I reviewed their art work, artifacts, and their historic tidbits facts of information that they had stored around their restaurant, and I learned a few interesting things
I had a good experience here. Some people may have different opinions about this place, but I liked it and will come back
Let’s just say if this place closed down I will be very, very sad
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