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There’s a sense of glamour and excitement at Zoma, the elegant Harlem Ethiopian restaurant, with its modern décor and dramatic chandelier. But the real excitement comes with the food: the light, spongy injera (Ethiopian bread), the gingery collard greens, the slow-cooked meat dishes with berbere spice—all of this and more will leave customers licking their plates. And the menu is remarkably affordable, particularly the combination platters.