As we evolve from a service economy to an experience economy, diners are seeking more than just good food, they’re looking for a great time.
One of the popular restaurant types in my neighborhood is Ethiopian cuisine, which is essentially a giant pizza-sized serving of soft bread with varieties of spreads and fillings you combine yourself.
The best part to me is that you get to break all the rules. First of all, you sit on the floor. Second, you share from a common serving dish, and third, you use your hands.
Besides the common dining conversation topic, what makes this experience fun is that you get to be creative as well as not have to cook.