There is no meal in Indianapolis that is more unique than here. You’re seated at a hand-sewn communal table, you have a mass of food in front of you, including injera (a type of bread and staple of Ethiopian cuisine) which will essentially be your utensils for the meal. Grab the soft pancake-like bread in your right hand and dig in (literally) to to the bountiful, spicy, savory food items around the table; two favorites are the Azifa and Minchet Abish. Then, finish off with a cup of Ethiopian tea, the ritual behind it is fascinating and the taste is bold and fantastic.
3rd: Axum Ethiopian