Eating for Love

By on Jan 11, 2008 in Leena Eats, South Australia | 0 comments

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Good Friday was our 6 month wedding anniversary, and never one to pass up an excuse for food; we took full advantage of it. We hit up a new Ethiopian restaurant, Abyssinian, in a nearby town called Torrensville. The place was packed, which means it is probably pretty good, and it was?after we waited 45 minutes for our food with no appetizers. At one point, I think I saw the chef go behind the building to slaughter the cow they used in Adam?s dish. Gotta love that Aussie table service! The food was still great; I had a veggie combo as usual with spicy mesir watt, dinich alicha, and other things I cannot pronounce.

Adam had the steak tibs, which were also great, but I am always shocked when you pay $15 for a meal and they don?t give you any sides, like with Adam?s dish.

Ah well. It was still Ethiopian and we still got to eat it?and the leftovers the next day! Man, this stuff is addicting? ~LTG

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