In Ethiopia, friends and family gather at small, woven tables, called mesob, to share communal meals. Diners here sample Ethiopian fare, including hearty stews and fragrant vegetable dishes, in an attractive dining room furnished with Africa-inspired art and a few mesob for those who dare to dine in the traditional manner. The silverware is not missing—everything is eaten with injera, a spongy-textured Ethiopian flatbread used to scoop up the exotic foods.
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