- This restaurant is known for good quality African food and is ideal for a different evening out - a culinary adventure. The specialities are based on various preparations of meat, such as Kitfo (raw beef cut up thinly with Ethiopian butter and a mixture of chilis). All dishes are served in 'Ingera', an Eritrean bread prepared on the spot which is used as a plate. You can drink Myess (honey wine) or Thalà (based on fermented cereals). The decor has obvious African references and scenes of African life are painted on the walls.
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