Enat is a really, really good restaurant. Ethiopian food comes served with injera bread, a sour tasting bread, that is pulled apart and used to pick up the tasty dishes, that also happen to be spread out on a bed of injera bread. Our favorite dish is the vegetarian combo, a delicious mix of lentils, potatoes, veggies, all spread out over a platter of injera bread. This meal easily feeds 2 people for a cost of less than $10.00. I also like the kitfo, or raw ground beef mixed with spices. I know it sounds like a turn off to many, but trust me all you beef lovers: you'll love it. And besides, next time you're in an Ethiopian restaurant, remember the adage: "when in Rome, do as the..."