This restaurant features wot (slowly cooked and richly spiced stews) and tibs (sautéed dishes). Chicken, beef, lamb and vegetarian dishes are also prominent on the menu. As per tradition, items are served on a large platter over injera (a soft flatbread) that is used to scoop up the food. Flatware is generally not provided unless requested. You may wish to complement your dinner with a glass of sheba tej (honey wine). The intimate dining room is decorated with a variety of Ethiopian art.