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March 10th, 2010 12:00 am BRIAN PANGANIBAN | Food Reviews & Stories

Cheap Eats 2010


Injera, the spongy, tangy flatbread that accompanies all Ethiopian meals, pulls double duty at this restaurant. Not only is it a means to convey earthy stews to your mouth, soaking up flavors in the process, it’s also a way to break the toddler-owned monopoly on eating with one’s hands. Whether you’re sopping up the greens and legumes of the vegan-friendly vegetarian combo platter ($11) or the fiery lamb cubes and spices in the ye-beg alica wot ($12), you’ll appreciate the fact an elegant, white-tablecloth environment still allows you to have fun with your food.

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