It is typical to eat with the right hand, with no utensils. Each dish ordered is served on a large platter overlapped by injera, the soft, slightly sour (the flavour goes so well with the food) and somewhat airy, thin flat bread made from fermented tiff....more like a large very soft pancake. One rips off a piece of the injera and wraps it around your choice of food to eat.
I felt that the flavours here were quite wonderful and would definitely return for a repeat performance.
Kitfo (freshly minced, very lean beef, mixed with mitmita (an orange-red powdered seasoning mix that typically contains ground African birdseye chili peppers, cardamom seed, cloves, cumin and salt), butter flavoured with kaseret), fresh cheese, collard greens, salad, berber spice.
Side bowls, to be added to the injera platter, of collars, cabbage and carrot.
Salad with tripe, jalapeno pepper, green pepper sauce, onion, garlic and ginger with tomato and tongue.