The restaurant doesn't sit many people, so it's best to go with a small group (i.e. 2-4 people). A friend of mine booked for a table of 10 and we 'just' fit!
Anyhow, for those of you that had not been to an Ethiopian restaurant before the style of eating is one that does not traditionally involve cutlery.
This is how the menu works: one can order individual dishes (they come with bread) or you can order a combination. Traditionally, the stew (either meat or veg) are served on top of a sourdough flatbread.
You can order a vegetarian combination or a meat & veg combination. The meat selections includes seafood, poultry, beef and lamb, whilst the veg selections includes lentils, chickpeas, potatoes, pumpkin etc. All are deliciously marinated.
Price wise, you can expect to pay up to $18 per individual dish or up to $22 per person if you're sharing a combination dish with your friends. (Personally it's worth it to go for the combination!)
Trust me, the serving platter is more than enough for the number of people catered for!