This yummy restaurant takes everything intimidating out of trying something new. So all you have to do is relax and eat up.
The gentleman who owns this restaurant is frequently in attendance. He is one of the most polite men I've met so far in this city. He will explain the dishes on the menu to you and make you feel right at home.
The food is quite yummy, and they have a lunch buffet, which let's you get a good rounded idea of what all they offer. It's cheap, with a lot of vegetarian dishes, and it's filling. There is also a lot of fun cultural experience to it, like going with a group and eating from the same platter. The owner said sharing the same bread is significant from a social perspective because they view meals as being shared with the spirit of friendship and loyalty. A little more interesting than shoving fast food in your mouth!
Try the Mesir Wat, the yatakilt wat, and the shiro. The bread I even liked the lamb stew... and I never fancied myself much of a lamb eater.