I loved the vegetarian dish. It's actually all vegan. I ate there with one of my closest friends who is Ethiopian (lived there for 22 of his 24 years of life) and he approved saying it was pretty similar to back home. He's ate at a few other Ethiopian places in the Twin Cities and this one is in his top 2, so I'd say that's a good sign.
I LOVED that they don't provide utensils - it makes the experience more authentic to how the food is supposed to be eaten in Ethiopian culture. It's about being culturally sensitive and not expecting every restaurant to accommodate to mainstream "American" culture. The more ethnic restaurants that stand up against trying to assimilate, the better.
The injera bread was delicious. All the tasty dishes were presented nicely, like paint on a palette. They tasted fresh, too.
Go with an open mind to trying a different kind of food from a culture not commonly represented in Minnesota. Enjoy the bread, enjoy the various tastes of vegan cuisine (a.k.a. "blobs") and feed those you're with at least 3 times. That's a traditional gesture in Ethiopian culture. It's showing you care about them.