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March 28th, 2006 12:00 am Miriam Wolf | Food Reviews & Stories

Cheap Eats 2006


The Blue Nile is a study in contradictions: lace curtains and a blaring television, delicious food and slow service. The authentic Ethiopian cuisine starts with the perfectly bouncy teff-based enjera bread that serves as both a platter and a utensil. Piled on top of the enjera are compellingly spiced wats (stews) of chicken, beef, lamb or lentils. The Blue Nile combination ($10) or vegetarian combo ($9) gives neophytes and the undecided lots to explore. (MW)

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