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Reader: If you've never tried Ethiopian food, you need to get over your fears

For Ethniche, his new series, Mark Antonation has been eating Ethiopian food around town. After first visiting Queen of Sheba, last week he landed at Eatopia, where he doubled down on mitmita and berbere -- and made at least one reader very, very hungry. See also: Doubling down on mitmita and berbere at Eatopia Ethiopian Cafe

Says Dave:

This review has made me hungry and reminded me I'm way overdue for some Ethiopian food. I might have to take a drive and go try this place. For those who've never had Ethiopian food, you need to get over your fears and give it a try.
Are you afraid to eat Ethiopian food? If so, why? If not, what's your favorite Ethiopian place in town?


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