i don't know if this kind of cuisine is my thing. my other experience with african food was in france when i had an african friend from ghana (the OTHER side of the continent, i know)and her family often made delicious spicy chichen vegi stews and that kind of thing... this was definitely not asgood, but as someone esle pointed out its hard to comapre meat and veggies and i dont eat meat any more.
anyways, we had the veggie platter and it gives you five big scoops of the vegetarian dishes you choose: we chose kale okra cabbage peas and lentils. a lot of the dishes tasted very simiar to me. theay were all quite mushy, the only one i really liked was the okra with tomatoes. the soft flat bread is very sour, so our toddler was not intersted in munching on it while we ate. i might have enjoyed the meal much more if we had chosen rice, but the owner said it would take some time as many of their clients are not into eating gluten, so they only keep the bread ready, not the rice.when we went to pay, the cc/debit machine was out of paper, so my s.o. had to drive to the nearest bank machine. we got full very fast, probably from all the spices, and had lots left over after only paying about 17 plus tip. it is not fun to pack this to go home though! my s.o. is not a vegetarian but he found the meal fulfilling and appreciated the warm and prompt service.
the place has nice authentic (i think) artwork, which is on little furry hides! it seemed clean, was kind of warm which is fine, the only thing is the tables are have table cloths under glass, and so the sides of those are kind of dirty, they could change them every day for all i know, but as the food is soft and you eat with your hands, maybe table cloths are not the best option?
*disclaimer* i am a very picky eater!