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8305 Georgia Ave Silver Spring, MD 20910 Phone (301) 563-6700
8305 Georgia Ave
Silver Spring, MD 20910
Phone (301) 563-6700
This is great Ethiopian, and it is served in abundance. A group of 10 of us went for a late lunch after visiting the Crafty Bastards fair. The staff was great about pulling tables together (it helped that the restaurant was otherwise almost empty) and brought us big platters of vegetarian food.
We ordered sambusas all around, and 6 veggie plates for 8 of us (2 of our party would apparently have dropped dead without meat). We really could have gotten away with 5 or even 4 veggie plates. Total was $15/person. The food was delicious, abundant, and varied and the injera was perfect–very sour and very spongy. The cabbage was the best cabbage I have ever had in my life, ever. I would love to get into the kitchen and see how they prepare it. Even with the restaurant mostly empty, service wasn’t quick but that wasn’t important to us.
The server offered to pack up the food for us to take home. I was curious to see how this was done. Well, I am curious no more–she just rolled the topped injera up and stuck it in a box. To eat the leftovers you kind of just had to dig with your fingers to fill up your plate, but it was still delicious.
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