Enat Ethiopian Restaurant
Ive never had Ethiopian food but wanted to give it a try. I found Enat and was not disappointed. The two ladies working the register were very helpful and friendly at making recommendations for my first try at this. Additionally, the inside of the restaurant was very quaint. When they gave me my carry out order, the lady explained that she had labeled everything I had ordered, and suggested how to eat it (Ethiopians typically do not use a fork, but tear off pieces of bread to grab the food.) The food (meat platter) was enough for 3 of us and absolutely delicious. This was a great culinary and cultural experience. Ill be back!
Enat was all that I desired and more. The environment was was so amazing. It was awesome. You feel welcome when you enter the door. The food was delicious. Everything that I expected and more. Thank you, Enat. The favors satisfied my innermost being.
Got recommended this place by a friend. That person is still my friend. And now Enat is my friend. If youre sus on Ethiopian, just pretend its BBQ. Without the sauce. Like in Texas. Youll love it, and be back many times over. Maybe youll even recommend Enat to a friend, and theyll also stay your friend.
Havent had Ethiopian food in forever. My neighbor picked up take out. I got the vegan platter. Thinks its $13. Nice sample of a bunch of options. Super yummy with a spicy kick!
What a great little restaurant. The food was absolutely delicious. It's definitely unique food. The restaurant is small and there are not a lot of tables maybe five or six. I would put the prices comparable with Carrabba's. Anywhere from 12 to $18 a plate.