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Wednesday, August 22, 2007

African Cuisine @ Addis

We ate here one evening.
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Salt and pepper and something else shakers.

A view of the inside
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We called for injera (Ethiopian bread). Sounded good, but in reality it tastes more like sour apam.
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Our tilapia fish soon arrived. It was just that: a deep fried fish. No discernable spices, no sauces, no nothing else. Needless to say, it was pretty low on taste.
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The Ethiopian way of eating communally: add the food (lamb curry introduced at this point) on top of the injera and tear off your portion.
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Verdict: Overall, the food was rather bland; the lamb curry had kick but little flavour, the fish appeared to be tossed straight into oil with no prior or subsequent seasoning of any kind, add both of that to the predominantly sourish injera, and you don't quite have a winner....

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