Reviews

New York Times
Awash, a small but crowded restaurant on Amsterdam Avenue near 106th Street, excels at both vegetarian dishes and at kitfo, a raw beef delicacy invariably referred to as Ethiopian steak tartare. click here to read more

New York Magazine
It used to be that you'd have to go to Washington, D.C. for good Ethiopian cuisine, but this small and busy eatery near Columbia offers food every bit as delicious ...
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Timeout New York
Awash is ideal for a hot date. Everything is sharable, and everything is finger food...
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Village Voice
Uptown location
You've got to know where you're headed to find Awash. But once inside, you'll find you've just joined the long list of Ethiopian expatriates who turn up nightly to reminisce of home while eating doro wat, the nation's signature stewed chicken, fire-grilled beef strips here called Awash tibs, or the vegetable combo plates.
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Village Voice
Downtown location
This branch of a long-lasting Manhattan Valley Ethiopian has bravely carpetbagged its way downtown, where the Indian/Bangladeshi strip is rapidly being remade as a linear food court. The vegetarian combos are bargain-priced wonders, featuring...
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