Intrigued...so we went. We ended up walking up Grand from the freeway instead of towards the Lake. Should have looked up the address before I left.
It was delicious. We had the chicken and the lamb (sorry, don't know the correct names but they were they only chicken and lamb dishes on the menu). Unlimited injera (sp?). 9.95 for each dish. Veggie dishes were 6.95 each. They have beer and wine too. We tried a great Ethiopian beer, in a brown squat bottle.
I'm sure you can tell, I'm not too familiar with Ethiopian food. But I would highly recommend this restaurant. It was pleasant if stark; not too brightly lit, and very clean. The service was helpful and not slower than anywhere else.
Thanks for the heads up on Enssaro!
I just ate there for the first time last week and thought it was pretty good. My friend and I shared Yemsir Wat (spicy lentils) & Tikil Gomen (cabbage, potatoes and carrots). There was lots of food and it was fresh and tasty, with a nice lemony romaine salad as an extra bonus. I'm very happy to have an Ethiopian restaurant within walking distance from home.
Yes, it's my new favorite Ethiopian restaurant! I believe it's called Enssaro. They have the best Gored Gored I've had. The beef is tender cut into perfectly uniform little squares, and it's nicely spicy but not one-dimensional (which I've found at a lot of other places). I've also had the Doro & Gomen, which was also exemplary. Highly recommended.