The Ethiopian meal is characterized by the ritual of breaking "injera" and sharing food from a common plate, signifying the bonds of loyalty and friendship. I now visited this London hidden gem 3 times, with friends and family. This humble restaurant, Gojo, in the Northern end of trendy Notting Hill  is absolutely terrific, the owners adorable and the ambiance very local ; I have nothing even slightly bad to say about it ; The food is cooked from the heart and absolutely delicious. I first visited the place with a bunch of friends ; among them my colourful and very inspiring mentor, Enrica Rocca. We went for the traditional way of eating, with fingers. "Injera" is placed on the plate with variety of dishes decoratively arranged around it. A small portion of "Injera" is torn off and wrapped around a mouthful of the selected dish. "Injera", the staple bread, is a flat bread made of "Teff", a fine grain unique to Ethiopia. "Wot" is dipping sauce which maybe prepared using a variety of meats, fish, and vegetables. "Wot" is cooked with "Berbere" (Ethiopian seasoning prepared from matured red chili pepper and other exotic spices) which may range from very mild to spicy hot. "Alitcha" is more mildly spiced dipping sauce prepared with a variety of meats or vegetables.Ethiopian dishes are prepared with a distinctive variety of unique spices for an unforgettably striking dimension to exotic cookery. Gojo Restaurant (171A Ladbroke Grove -basement)- next to Ladbroke Grove Station)