The Low Down
Where to Sit: On a nice day, the patio is great for people-watching; otherwise, grab one of the hut-style tables or communal seating areas.
Look Good: The menu features an introduction to the cuisine and tips on how to avoid social faux pas during the meal.
What to Drink: There's a limited amount of beer and wine in addition to the full bar. If you're going to order a cocktail, keep it simple.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
A friendly spot in South Fairfax's Little Ethiopia, Rosalind's is perfect for a group of friends open to sharing exotic dishes. To start, there are fried beef and yam balls, plus lamb cakes seasoned with cinnamon, ginger and coriander. Tryâ¦
By tinajean at Menuism
We had Sunday brunch which was served in an Ethiopian family- style dining meaning on one huge tray. We had... Read More
Great Place to Try Ethiopian Food!
By Heather R at Insider Pages
We had 8 people in our party and ordered a ton of food. Imagine our surprise when our bill was only $50. The food here is amazingly good and the pr... Read More
By jocelyn c. at Judy's Book
If you'd like to try something different that your usual American fare, try Ethiopian food. You eat scooping up lentils, cabbage, tomatoes, meat wi... Read More
Great Ethiopian food
By Corinne K at Insider Pages
This is one of my favorite restaurants in LA, great food and inexpensive. I recommend getting the vegetarian combination, which is more than enou... Read More