Not having eatwn Ethiopian food before, this was an experiment for me.
The injera bread/pancake took a bit of getting used to for me, as wrll as this business of eating with your hands. But it went allright as you got over the fact that you were EATING WITH YOUR HANDS.
The restaurant in itself wasn't perhaps were you'd go on a date - it wasn't very cozy and it got rather loud in there with people talking and children running around. All in all it didn't seem as though they'd put much thought into the décor more than the posters from Ethiopia as well as other things/souvenirs on display.
Now, on to the food. I ordered the vegetarian dish which came with five different stews plus some salad. I especially liked the spinach one. I could however not get over the feeling that the food had't been prepared on site, but wasmed in a microwawe.
The variety of drinks wasn't all that big, but the staff was kind and there wasn't the slightest problem for them when I had to withdraw some cash from a near by ATM (as they didn't accept MasterCard).
Thank you Ma'Ed!
Cons: Not very cozy, Food from microwawe?, Did not accept MasterCard.