We ended up getting the vegetable platter that also came with a lamb shank as well as a chicken leg that was soaked in a kind of gravy. They also served injera bread which we really enjoyed. It is like a spongy pancake. The vegetable platter had about 5 different vegetables and sauces that you would dip your injera bread in, and then the lamb shank was in the middle. The chicken leg came in a metal dish that was like a bowl with a long stem. The gravy that the chicken was in was quite spicy, as were some of the other sauces. My favorite was probably the greens...they were tasteful and not spicy. I also enjoyed a vegetable that looked like corn but wasn't. He told us all what the names were but I have since forgotten. To drink we had the mango juice which was delicious.
Eating was an experience in itself because they brought out the one big platter that was the vegetable platter and the bowl with the chicken in it, and all three of us just dug in with our fingers. There was no silverware, but the owner did say he could get us some if we wanted it. I figured that since I was eating Ethiopian food, I should eat it their way. We all tried everything and there wasn't anything that we didn't like.
After eating, there was a bowl of sesame candies on the counter on our way out of the restaurant and into the grocery store that we all tried and really loved. We then looked around the grocery store at all the products. The majority was Ethiopian ingredients, but there was a good mixture of "American" stuff too. I ended up getting a bag of the sesame candy, some more mango juice, as well as some papaya juice.
Overall, I would encourage anyone to go to the restaurant. We did see the wife off and on, but she was mostly in the back cooking, I assume. The prices were very reasonable for the amount of food that you get. We will definitely go back again.