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March 8th, 2011 RACHAEL DEWITT | Food Reviews & Stories
 

Cheap Eats 2011: Queen of Sheba

     
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If you’re the kind of person who does everything you can to avoid making a decision, Queen of Sheba won’t cause you any stress. Two people can easily take on four or five distinctly flavored entrées. Three veggie dishes ($10) are about the same amount of food as a single meat entree. Each dish is inundated with its own cocktail of spices, and together they make a dizzying synthesis of East African taste. Do not miss the lentil and okra stew (part of the $10 three-dish deal) or the lamb in berbere sauce ($15). With surprising haste, the dishes come from the kitchen heaped atop enormous sourdoughy, spongy injera, which are spread over one large tin tray. While dabbing injera in the stews, take it slow, as there is a high risk of flavor overload. Overstuffed dining chairs fill the open and clean dining room, which is usually crowded with loyal Queen of Sheba frequenters.

 
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