Using spongy injera, diners scoop up mouthfuls of spicy slow-cooked lamb or chickpeas with curry and onions
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Paintings that reflect daily life in Ethiopia hang on golden-hued walls inside Queen Sheba Ethiopian Restaurant. The menu also reflects the Ethiopian culture with such traditional dishes as yebeg alicha—small pieces of lamb cooked in a butter ginger sauce—or the vegetarian-friendly miser wat with split lentils flavored with garlic and berbere seasoning.
Despite the outer appearance this is a great place to dine. The food was wonderful. I tried the avocado salad and meat platter. The avocado salad is a hit according to the reviews so I tried it and it was wonderful. We will definitely go back!
Janiera H. ·
February 9, 2015
Sean D. ·
February 8, 2015
It was delicious.
They didn't have the desserts but the coffee was a yummy replacement.
The service was great and attentive!