- The simply named Ethiopian restaurant boasts of a brightly colored exterior which gives way to a cozy, intimate interior that is decorated with indigenous Ethiopian handcrafted knick-knacks and art work. Ethiopian cuisine is usually consumed communally wherein diners traditionally use fluffy Ethiopian bread called Injera to scoop up various dips. Accordingly, the menu at the Ethiopian Restaurant offers combination meals which are meant to be shared and offer diners the chance to sample a few classic dishes like Misr Wot (curried red lentils), Yebeg Alecha (lamb stew), Tikel Gomen (cabbage and potatoes), Tibs Wot (beef cooked with traditional spices) and Yebesh Gomen (collard greens with green pepper and garlic). Also worth a try is Shiro, which is the Ethiopian version of Hummus, which is also available at this engaging restaurant. - Anjeeta Nayar
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