Egyptian Street Food Spot the Original Hawowshi Is a Rare Treasure

In his garage in the Valley, Amir Edward is serving up hawawshi and feteer—and making L.A.’s street food landscape even more interesting
Josh Lurie • Los Angeles Magazine • April 14, 2021
Finding the Original Hawowshi, an Egyptian home kitchen that popped up during the pandemic, felt like a bit of a treasure hunt. Eventually, I wound my way behind a Citibank parking lot and encountered Amir Edward’s home on a Reseda side street....
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