We went to this place for early dinner by recommendation, They said the place is unique and unusual. we were also warned about the extra charge for the "traditional sitting" (nobody at restaurant did). The service was average at best (no water refills, not even straws), we were also charged for extra injera (traditional bread), the table was not very clean. Now, the most impotant part, food. I consider myself as a relative foodie, so I had to try something new. I think, there are three distinctive differences to this: everything is served on one big plate, ground meat is spiced in different spices (not better or worse to my palate, just different), and injera bread. As always, nothing is new under the sun. The bread looks, feels, and tastes almost like Russian unrolled and unsweetened blintzes, FitFIt appetizer is a variation of beets salad, and the roasted lamb dishes resemble Indian lamb curry dishes. I regret one thing that I did not try their coffee since I also consider myself as a coffee lover. The prices are very reasonable.
It is definitely an acquired taste. I'd go here again if I wanted something not fancy, unusual, a thing to cross off your bucket list if you have one.
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