Rosalind's Ethiopian Restaurant
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One of the restaurants that helped establish the Little Ethiopia subsection on Fairfax Ave, Rosalind’s has been serving up some of the city’s best Ethiopian food since 1985. Known for being veggie-friendly with spicy meats, and traditionally eaten with spongy Injera bread as opposed to utensils, Rosalind’s Vegan Goodness combines all six of their vegetarian dishes into a nourishing platter that’s meant to be shared. And if you’re curious to try one of the meat dishes, you can’t go wrong with Yebeg Siga Alicha, a mild lamb stew that’s subtly spiced with garlic, ginger, turmeric, and simmered in a mild herb butter. We’re happy to announce that the restaurant is once again open for dine-in, so you can enjoy Ethiopian food as it’s intended to be eaten: as a platter shared with loved ones.