The food and service were pretty good for lunch on a weekday. We got the vegetarian plate for 2 and it was plenty of food for only $15. A few things with berbere sauce were pretty spicy. The curry lentils and the greens were great. My mom loved it as her first Ethiopian experience, especially because I reminded her of the 1st rule of Ethiopian food- stop eating the minute you think you might be full, or you will regret it later.
The building looked pretty tired. There is a big gravel parking lot, but no real indication of where to park. The front door is difficult to open. The lock on the bathroom was broken. Things just felt tired.
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