The specialty of the Awash restaurant is a traditional flatbread called “enjera” and a sauce made from onions and various “Berber” spices, called WOT.

The enjera, prepared with flour, is served with the “wot”. It is eaten either with beef, lamb, and chicken or with vegetarian dishes, especially red lentils and mashed yellow peas.
Berbere, the Ethiopian paprika, is a combination of various spices, such as green chili, ginger, cinnamon, and garlic. Its particularity lies in its unique preparation, specific to each household, transmitted from one generation to another.

But between us, what we prefer is to eat with our fingers!

Little tip: open on Sunday!


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