I went to Bishoftu on a Wednesday evening for the buffet. As promised, there was quite a spread, but don't arrive before 1900 hrs because dinner is not yet ready. As I am a vegetarian, I could not eat a lot of the dishes - warning: serving dishes are not labled so if you have food restrictions, grab one of the wait staff and ask fo ran explanation of what is in each dish. I would say of the 24-odd bowls on the table, maybe 7 were Ethiopian and the rest (including one that was described as pizza but looked more like the burek found in the Balkans). There were a number of meat dishes and several raw salad-type. The injera was fine - a little thicker than I have had before. I stuck with what I recognized from prior visits to Ethiopian restaurants and limited myself to one plate and a half. There are a few indoor seats, but I chose to sit outside. Mostlyt expats patronizing this place. Dinner buffet was $17 and the large Liberian beer was $3. I gave the staff a very generous tip because they did their best to help me navigate the buffet.
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