Zoma is a pleasant place to dine. We had the vegetarian combination, with Goman (collard greens), Atakit Wett (peppers, cabbage, onion potatoes), Fassolia (string beans), and Kit alecha (split peas with onions and peppers). All 4 items were well done. Their injera is made with teff and wheat flour, so gluten free diners will have to do without a main part of the meal, with very limited choices otherwise.
Cons: limited choices for gluten free