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November 23, 2011 6:00 AM

Elsa’s Ethiopian Restaurant offers exotic fare at fair prices

“When you get right down to it, there would be no Ethiopian cuisine without the slightly tangy injera,” reviewer Jill Wendholt Silva writes of the pancakelike bread. “I’ve eaten in restaurants where the injera is so big it drapes like an edible tablecloth. At Elsa’s Ethiopian in downtown Overland Park, more modest silver platters are covered with injera, and additional bread is served on the side.”

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