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    Posted December 8, 2012 by
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    100 places to eat like a local

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    Ethiopian fare

    I first visited Yod Abyssinia Cultural Restaurant in Addis Ababa, Ethopia, in 2007 and was awed by its food and by the performance of Ethiopian dancers and musicians from all different regions of the country. Then, in 2008 the straw roof caught fire and the place burned down to the ground. The restaurant reopened later that same year and I revisited it on every subsequent trip to Addis. The food consists of njera bread and an array of delicacies you choose from a buffet. Don't forget to order honey wine (in the picture), and don't over-imbibe, as it goes down quite easily and the next thing you know you'll have difficulty walking straight and talking clearly.
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