Interesting and Something Different.
I went there with my husband and another couple to try something different and it was a great experience. We got some kind of sampler dishes so that we could try everything. The price was really good.
Very good Ethiopian, good prices, clean!.
If you're not so much into the sitting at a small table in a hole in the wall (which can be a good experience in itself), Moya has a dining room configuration to which you'll probably be more accustomed. Nice service, helpful to ignorant people like myself, chill atmosphere and the food is very good - probably a good way to introduce someone new to the cuisine.
Comfort food takes a turn for the exotic at this low-maintenance Ethiopian eatery.. In Short In a melting pot of a strip mall near Emory, Moya pulls its weight with simple soul food and complex flavors. The restaurant plays up its bar scene, but the real draw is the food--piping-hot bowls of gloriously spiced stewed dishes, brought to the table in dark stoneware bowls with accompanying platters of spongy injera. Standard dishes dominate the menu, but a few uncommon gems, like a lentil-red pepper salad, are worth trying.
The restaurant part i havent tried it and therefore i cant really say anything about it, howeever i have been in the bottom party (the party section) and it has been a blast. A good multicultural crowd and good music and the bar has good drinks.