As of May 15, 2013, I’ve tried it twice and loved it! I will be heading back when I have more time or cravings for it :) 9 months ago
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I got a recommendation about a small Ethiopian restaurant downtown Denver and being all out for trying new food I went for it! It was so great learning how to eat from the communal plate and trying different teas. I love the bread! The serving looked small for two but we had a fair amount of leftovers! 4 years ago
Ethiopian food is completely delicious. Plus you can’t beat eating with your fingers! 5 years ago
Sorry but I’m not a fan of Ethiopian food. Maybe it’s because I actually ate it in Ethiopia. All I remember is being served a huge bowl of intestines, still coated in bile. Along with grey colored bread that smelled and tasted like vinegar. I struggled to get any of it down. I really enjoyed visiting the country of Ethiopia. The people and landscapes were amazing….but the food, no thanks. 5 years ago
One of the collectively hungriest countries in the world,
and in Perth, WA, Australia, There is aEthiopian “Cusine” restaurant called Mebos Cafe.
Who came up with that idea?
Are we going to feed off grubs and maize meal?
Still, curiosity has the better of me.
I’ll have to go one day! 5 years ago
The trick is to use the bread to pick up the food without getting overstuffed on the bread, and without having to suck on your fingers. It takes a few tries but yummm does it pay off!
The Berbere options have a little kick of slow heat spice to them, so beware! Great veggie options! 5 years ago
I’m a big fan of Ethiopian cuisine—I’ve even had Ethiopian food in Ethiopia! Go with someone who can guide you through the menu and explain injera to you… If you’re going for the first time, I suggest that you get a platter with a variety of small dishes. So delicious! If you haven’t done this, you should… 7 years ago