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Guess where I'm eating an Ethiopian spread recommended by a cabbie?

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Cabbies are some of the best resources around for leading foodniks to off-the-beaten path international joints, and while I'd been to this Ethiopian restaurant several years ago, it wasn't until a food-obsessed Ethiopian cab driver sang its praises during a recent jaunt that I went back. And I'm glad I did, because it was every bit as good as I remembered -- and it was absolutely packed with a crew of in-the-know cabbies who spilled more than a few dining secrets.

Can you guess where I'm eating?

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