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Little Ethiopia

Ethnic Neighborhoods LA

Restaurants and shops in Little Ethopia, located on Fairfax between Pico and Wilshire


Ethiopian Eats in LA

A whole host of Ethiopian eateries lines South Fairfax Avenue, between Pico and Wilshire. Dig into rich stews full of lentils, beans and vegetables with chunks of injera, a sour, spongy flat bread. Great for groups, Nyala is a fun place to forgo the use of utensils and taste herb-marinated meats paired with Ethiopian wines. At Meals by Genet, the neighborhood's crown jewel, the vegetarian combination plate is a great way to sample different flavors via 10 distinct piles highlighted by sinus-clearing green lentils with hot Ethiopian mustard, collard greens and a mix of thin-sliced potatoes, carrots, green beans and onions.

 







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