Spent a good 2 weeks planning to to an Ethiopian restaurant based on the joke that they'd serve us 'nothing' (not trying to be racist, just basing off my ignorant TV media based knowledge)
I went with 3 friends. The experience was completely unexpected!
first of all, there was food. ha! Also, we had to eat the food using our hands, and no utensils. It looked like a rolled up thin sponge bread. It was used to pick up the food like a napkin.
Everything we ordered was in the $11-$15 range. we ordered the vegetarian sampler, as well as the meat sampler. I'm no fan of the vegetarian food, so I only liked 2/5 choices. the meat one was all good. We also ordered the coffee ceremony, which if you only had to order one thing on the menu, it'd have to be this one. what a setup! after that, we ordered about 3 other dishes. everyone was full afterwards. My favorite of the 3 dishes was the one not on the sampler menu, but contained chicken breast. another good one was the raw beef, but the spiciness for that one was overwhelming. All in all, a good time.
If anyone is even curious about Ethiopian food, I recommend this place just to experience something different from the standard westernized restaurant.