Zeret Kitchen is inconspicuously placed on the corner of an estate, next to a newsagent, but it’s a restaurant that deserves attention. Lots of attention. Come 7pm, this buzzy neighbourhood Ethiopian spot is filled with families, couples, and friends, all of whom are artfully, and some not so artfully, sharing an enormous silver platter of injera bread with any number of combinations - be it chicken tibs, misir wot, or kitfo. The food is delicious. It’s tangy from the injera and spiced and smoky from the meant and vegetable stews. This undoubtedly some of the most enjoyable and tasty communal eating you can do in London. It’s ideal for a group, though, that said, there is a one person section of the menu as well, and, frankly, the portions are enormous for one. Which is just how we like it.