Very inexpensive. Plenty of food. And quite strange if you haven’t had African food (Eritrea/Ethiopian to be more exact) before. Eating with your hands by wrapping parts of your Injera (a pancake like bread) over the food and scooping it up certainly ends up being a strange experience for the first time but after you get the hang of it and after you appreciate the food that they serve you will be coming back to this place regularly if you are in San Francisco. The location in the Haight district makes it a good lunch or dinner place if you are in the area. A great simple place that’s just a little bigger than a hole in the wall but has that hole in the wall type feeling to it. Good food with no fuss (unless you consider the lack of utensils a fuss, that is). You can find Massawa in San Francisco, 1538 Haight St.
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