There's nothing small about this Ethiopan eatery in Northeast besides the restaurant itself, which is somewhere between cozy and closet-sized. The family-style portions, which come atop a spongy injera bread that doubles as eating utensil, are filling and spicy. The easiest call is to spend $10 and choose your own meat or vegetable combo. Standouts on the veggie side include gomen ($6.50), fresh collard greens sautéed with onions, garlic and olive oil. Meat-eaters shouldn't miss the yebeg tibs ($8.50)—lamb sautéed with lime juice. (HS)