Few cities in the country offer such a broad diversity of cultural food like Los Angeles. From Little Armenia to Thai Town, to Korea Town and Little Tokyo, international cuisine is never more than a brief traffic jam away. And to add to the multiplicity, another up-and-coming ethnic edible is Little Ethiopia, as the stretch on Fairfax between Olympic and Pico Boulevards has been referred to since 2004. Everyday people are discovering the unique spices and distinct flavors of Ethiopian food–and they’re liking it. A lot. If you’ve always wanted to try it but never knew where to go, these five Ethiopian restaurants are at the top of the pack.
[cbs-foursquare business=”Awash Restaurant” address=”5990 1/2 W Pico Blvd.” address2=”” city=”Los Angeles” state=”CA” zipcode=”90035″ phone=”(323) 939-3233″ url=””]
Hours: Mon to Sun — Noon to 10 p.m.
Awash is one of those neighborhood gems that people love to discover. Located across the…
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