You’ll find authentic tastes of Africa at Blue Nile Ethiopian Cuisine. Ethiopian food is traditionally eaten not with utensils, but with spongy bread called injera—baked in-house at this cozy eatery—that you use to scoop up the exotic, curry-infused stews and sauces. You can choose to eat at the American-style tables and chairs or one of the traditional Ethiopian tables called messobs. Begin your dining adventure with an appetizer called yemisir sambusa, which are triangle-shaped pastries stuffed with a tasty blend of lentils, onions, spices and scallions. In order to taste a wide variety of flavors, order one of the generously portioned combo plates—you’ll have plenty of leftovers to take home and enjoy later.