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Posted inBUSINESS & WORK

Kamal Mohamed wants to serve new, Ethiopian-inspired food at his dining spot, StepChld. He also wants to throw out the old, tyrannical ways of running a restaurant.

The northeast Minneapolis restaurant reflects founder Kamal Mohamed’s guiding principles. There is no “I” in StepChld, whose dishes reflect the creativity of the whole staff, not just one chef. And its food and atmosphere aim to feed the soul. Kamal describes the cuisine as “music you can eat.”