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New to Footscray?
Irving Street Footscray shops still open for business
Konjo African Jewellery
Tibebu Hairdressing Salon – Get your weave, cut or colour at Tibebu’s salon – now reopen after a car renovated her shop window.
African Cuisine – Ethiopian cuisine specialising in lamb tibs
Bhorer Pakhie Traders – Travel agent servicing the world.
Konjo Café and Restaurant – Traditional Ethiopian food and the only place in Melbourne that serves kitfo, an Ethiopian delicacy of raw, spicy ground beef.
Café Lalibela – Ethiopian food and coffee. Specialises in chicken tibs.
CNT Computers – Thong Nguyen has been on Irving Street for ten years, servicing Footscray’s computers and helping us surf LOL cats. Casual internet also available.
Ethio Taylor – Alterations for men and women’s clothing. Clothes for sale too.
Fathia’s Bazaar – African and middle eastern beauty, skin and hair products, traditional clothing and household products.
Bhorer Pakhie Traders – Supplies a variety of Indian, Bangladeshi and Pakhastani groceries (it’s bigger than it looks from the outside).
Mesnoy Injera Bakery – Baking fresh bideena, injera, khubz, bread, ukhaat, lahoh, kisrah daily plus supplying a variety of lentils, flour and rice.
Lombard Travel – Vietnamese and English speaking travel agents specialising in Asia travel.
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