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A luscious selection of dishes. Food is made with care from family recipes. All entrees are served family style with fresh salads and authentic breads.
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on Aug 5 05
(last updated Oct 25 05)
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Vegan options that are pretty tasty... most of the dishes are also very spicy, so don't try it if you don't like a bit of spice in your food. Unfortunately, the injera bread isn't very flavorful. Also, we weren't impressed with the hummus dish. But the vegetarian & vegan combos are good -- definitely worth eating at on occasions.
Had a fantastic time there last night with my 10 year old son. The squash was to die for, lentils superb, and the presentation was unique. I read on another site that it's "not kid friendly" but I must TOTALLY disagree, it is 100% KID FRIENDLY, you eat with your hands, what could be more kid friendly than that? The come around to see if you want more traditional bread to eat the food with and follow the traditional method of serving, the server feeds you the 1st bite as she said "that's the way they do it in Ethiopia" It was not cheap, 2 entrees and 1 appetizer, with tax and tip, $40. Sorry for the jab, but I've got to believe that you could feed an entire family for a month on $40 in Ethiopia. I think we'll try the "2 person feast" next time as it's $48 and you get to sample almost everything on the menu.
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From Denver take hwy. 36 to Boulder, get off on the Foothills pkwy. exit, head North to Pearl St. pkwy., turn Left and head West to 30th St. turn left on 30th. and it will be on your right hand side
$$$ - expensive
- Large Group-Friendly