Despite the majority of New Zealand’s Ethiopian population living in Auckland, the city has been without a standalone Ethiopian restaurant since 2020, says The Spinoff. But a new restaurant is filling the gap. Fetehalow Zomo, alongside business partner and chef Fantaye Aga, recently opened Auckland’s newest (and only) Ethiopian restaurant, Gojo. The pair hope to invoke a sense of home through their food, with their menu featuring injera (a spongy, sour flatbread made of teff, the tiniest grain in the world) along with 14 other staples of Ethiopian cuisine.
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