Went there on a Saturday about 3:00 p.m. and therefore avoided the lunch crowd so service was good. Unfortunately the buffet had just finished as well. They have a varied menu and Lia served us complete with a bright smile.
Ordered the Beef Tibbs - they have a plain version and a spicy version.
Lean beef chunks sautéed with tomatoes, bell peppers, and a special blend of garlic, ginger, onion, and other spices. Drizzled butter (optional).
Portions are big and we ended up with leftovers (for dinner).
There's a flat screen that continuously shows Ethiopian (MTV-like) videos of native singing and dancing, even rap and it was hard not to shake with the rhythm while eating!
Street parking only.
Restroom: clean and colorful