Miami-Dade County has exactly one Ethiopian restaurant. We’d like more, but hey, at least our one Ethiopian restaurant is incredibly good. You’ll find Awash Ethiopian in Miami Gardens, and it’s usually full of people tearing chunks of spongy injera bread and using it to scoop up piles of beautifully seasoned and spiced vegetables and meat. The best things to get here are the Taste of Awash platter or the vegetarian combo if you don’t eat meat. An Ethiopian coffee to finish things off is a good call too unless you’re trying to go to sleep in the next eight hours.
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