This little Seward market could be a runner-up for "Best Kept Secret." Shega Foods is ground zero for injera bread, baked on site and served in bags with steamy condensation beads inside. This alone is worth the trip. But we love the literal hole-in-the-wall kitchen, where a takeout clamshell of beef tibs, yellow curry cabbage, kifto (heavily spiced ground beef), lamb or beef wat, or whatever else they're cooking that day goes for about $12. The bag is hefty, it's easily shareable for two, and don't forget to ask for a screamingly spicy serving of chopped chiles on the side. Best of all, Shega is also a smart little grocery, with inexpensive ghee, lentils, spices, and a small selection of produce and meats for when you try your hand at cooking African delights at home.