Time Out says
In the heart of LA’s Ethiopian community, locals pop in and out of shops and restaurants, catching up on gossip. At Little Ethiopia Restaurant, breakfast is an afternoon affair, perfect for the late-riser or the ambitious traveler who’s already made an early-morning visit to nearby LACMA. Once Little Ethiopia opens its doors, head in for a hearty bowl of fool (a spiced bean and vegetable stew) or a platter of quanta firfir (dried beef sautéed with pieces of injera). Lunch and dinner items include combination platters (both vegetarian and meat focused), along with sambusas, soups, protein entrees and sides. The Ethiopian coffee ritual rivals the Japanese tea ceremony in complexity and tradition—you can opt for a simple, well-brewed cup here or you can cross the street to Messob for the full ceremony.
1048 S Fairfax Ave
|Opening hours:||Tue-Sun 11am-8:30pm|
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