Sometimes, good restaurants don't even have silverware. No, I am not talking about McDonald's (although I always loved Taco Bell and KFC for their sporks). Makeda, an outstanding Ethiopian restaurant in lovely downtown New Brunswick, is one of them. It's a place where you eat with your hands, or more accurately, with the thin, sour Ethiopian bread. It's a place best enjoyed with friends whose hygiene is up to par, although the restaurant does helpfully provide heated wet-naps, not unlike those handed out in economy class on translantic flights. The food is nothing but first class.