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Dashen Traditional Restaurant information
From the outside, this Ethiopian eatery doesn’t look promising. However, if you venture in past the courtyard, you’ll find a lovely, low-key dining area, with stone walls, local art and bamboo furniture. The soft lighting and intimate surrounds are perfect for your first awkward attempts at injera . Its fasting food is particularly good (it’s also available with fish). There’s live music Wednesday to Sunday evenings.