We went to this old favourite last night with four friends who had in past days enjoyed the dlicious food available. I asked Jim, who is the best and most widely traveled person that I have ever or will ever meet, how this restaurant’s food compared to the food that he had eaten in Ethiopia on two visits some years ago. He said that the food, he had eaten here, at least twice before, was better than what he had eaten in Ethiopia. He added the comment that he and his wife had not explored the best restaurants but neither was this little place tucked away in Hammy Hill here in Western Australia considered a “great” restaurant.
Last night our host gave us, complementary, two dips and her own bread to eat them with to begin the meal.
As in our 12 or more more visits over the years we enjoyed what the rtestaurant calls a mesob plate or a platter with injera bread in the centre of a large round plate covered with a mesob which is used for serving the injera.
This injera bread has small bowls of Ethiopian stews placed on it and surrounded by rolled sections of injera which is torn into small sections and then used to pick up small bits of the various stews dotted around the mesob.
there were six of us we had at least six different stews around the large injera plus the the complementary dips for $37.00 per person–brilliant food for an excellent price!