More surprises from Ethiopia – restaurant with generous portions, good food and a place to dance away the calories after dinner.
See more colorful photos fromÃ‚Â Lucy’s dining room and kitchenÃ‚Â in this week’s slideshow.
It’s not often you find yourself getting bottle service at aÃ‚Â mesob, the woven round table that functions as the traditional serving structure at Ethiopian restaurants. It’s short, small and close to the ground. You don’t sit stiffly at a mesob, back straight and elbows off the table. You crouch over it in a huddle with friends, everyone attacking the communal plate at once with big, spongy sheets ofÃ‚Â injerabread and lifting huge portions ofÃ‚Â doro wotÃ‚Â Ã¢â‚¬â€ a spicy chicken stew Ã¢â‚¬â€ or steamed greens to their mouths with relish. Read more