544 Tremont St, Boston, MA, United States
The best things about this restaurant are the authenticity and the decor. It's clear that the owners and wait staff are entrenched in Ethiopian culture, and absolutely nothing is forced. A low, small restaurant tucked into the sidewalk, Addis Red Sea is cozy and unceremonious. There are no tables - instead there are soft, concave pillars in between you and the other person eating, that fits a round tray of food. Entrees come in little piles on a round, thin piece of bread. They emphasize only natural flavors of the food - there is no fancy kitchen work. This is pure food, and it tastes that way.