One of the best tactile dining experiences is Ethiopian food, as most of it is done with your hands.
Queen of Sheba serves dinner only, and the menu includes a delicious selection of meat and vegetarian dishes, especially wat, an Ethiopian stew that can be mild or spicy according to your preference. They will serve it on injera, sourdough flatbread that serves both as plate and utensil.
In other words, they’ll pile the stew on top of the bread, and you simply tear off other pieces of injera to pick up the food. It’s not just fun; it’s delicious.