The menu consists of wots, or thick stews, of spicy marinated beef or chicken ($11.99), and tibs, which are sauteed dishes such as cubed beef or lamb ($12.50/$12.99). Wots and tibs also come in vegetarian or vegan options such as red lentils ($10.50) or yellow split peas ($10.99) simmered in red pepper sauce. Items like collard greens, cabbage and lentils are seasoned and cooked to be substantial entrees. All entrees are served with the sourdough-like injera bread, rolled like a crepe.

In addition to Ethiopian coffee, the restaurant offers soft drinks, juice and spiced tea, beer and a traditional wine made from honey.