Little Ethiopia Restaurant
1048 S Fairfax Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90019Neighborhood:
EthiopianPrice: $30 and under
Little Ethiopia Restaurant
- Dining Style: Home Style
- Website: http://www.littleethiopiarestaurants.com/
- Phone: 3239302808
- Hours of Operation:
Tuesday - Sunday: 11:00am - 8:30pm
- Payment Options: MasterCard,Visa
- Cuisine: Ethiopian
- Dress Code: Casual Dress
- Accepts Walk-Ins: Yes
- Catering: Little Ethiopia Restaurant provides a full range of catering services. Please contact us for more information.
A word from Little Ethiopia Restaurant
Little Ethiopia restaurant offers a great variety of entrés featuring dishes made of beef, chicken, and lamb, as well as the vegetarian’s delights such as Collard greens, Cabbage, split peas, lentils and salad. We use herbs and spices imported directly from Ethiopia in all of our dishes to provide you with a unique taste. Cooked to perfection to everyone’s taste and expectations, we guarantee that you will have an experience of a lifetime, savoring the Ethiopian delicacies at the same time. At Little Ethiopia, we promise that you will eat to your heart’s content. Dining takes place in a communal setting, where you will eat out of a common plate using your hands, and where no utensils are provided, except for the non-initiated and the non-adventurous upon request.Continued
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Little Ethiopia Restaurant reviews from OpenTable diners
- Authentic Ethiopian FoodToroDined on 9/7/2013The restaurant is located in the middle of the Fairfax corridor right below Olympic known as Little Ethiopia. The decor is old and the noise level was fairly high. There was a DJ playing African music - loud but very listenable. At one point there was what appeared to be a child's birthday party going on (on Saturday night). But you forget all that once the delicious food arrives. We had a chicken and a beef dish (one spicy, one mild) and all the vegetable sides that accompany. All stacked together in individual piles on a large platter with Injera on the side (Injera is a spongy bread used to pick up the food in bites). All wonderfully tasty (and fairly healthy) and eating from a community platter with your fingers is a fun experience.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Make sure no private party!CarlVIPDined on 6/1/2013First time I've ever walked out on a reservation. We arrived to find one of the two rooms filled with a private party (a kid's birthday party, apparently). No, what it was really filled with was sound. They (the party, I presume) had a guitarist with an amp. Couldn't hear a damned thing, but the host pointed us into the other room, which was unoccupied. The guitarist, however, had his amp cranked up to 11, so even in the other room it was deafening. It quickly became obvious why the room was empty. If you're entertaining the idea of going here, be sure they're not having a party with music. Or, go ahead and take your chances, and if it turns out like our evening, choose any of the nice Ethiopian restaurants in the same block.