Whilst the food was ok, it wasn't great. This is my second visit to an Ethiopian restaurant (although in other countries, not France), and my husband's third. We both agreed that it was not as good as the others. The waiter wasn't able to explain the dishes, due to the language barrier, so I assume that they don't get many tourists eating there or the tourists who do go, know the menu already. There was no atmosphere downstairs, and it wasn't much better where we were seated upstairs. The back room upstairs was more traditional but we weren't offered a table there. The toilets were horrible. No hand soap or hand drier/ towels, which worried me. Service was minimal. Atmosphere was almost non-existant. Won't be going back.
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