Great African food which is well priced and located centrally in West end. Highly recommend the founders coconut curry and vegetarian mushroom stew.
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Just went to this cooking class at Mu'ooz and it was excellent! This restaurant is a social enterprise that helps train and give opportunities to refugee women. In 10 years they have helped approx 164 women work and find further work. The food, company, instruction,...More
We had lunch here on the weekend & really enjoyed it. We shared a platter for 2 & all 3 dishes were delicious. The service was friendly & we can't wait to come back again. Thanks for a great lunch!
The food alone is amazingly stunning. Had a vegetarian share platter and it was the best thing ever trying all the complex flavours of Eritrean cuisine. Would highly recommend anyone go here. The added bonus is the projects this place runs for immigrants to Australia...More
We have lots of experience of Eritrean and Ethiopian food and we found the meals extremely expensive for the portion size. We nearly spent $50 on 2 mains, rice and injira. With no drinks. We felt hungry after the meal. But saying that the flavours...More
N They also have a vegetarian section in the menu. ot many Eritrean restaurants around so had to give it a try. Mu'ooz in Tigrinyan language means tasty and healthy. It is a not for profit established by Eritrean refugee women. Many of them work...More
I just had dinner at Mu‘ooz tonight. I found the food (shared plate, mix of two vegetarian and one meat dish) to be amazing and the women who run this place to be very friendly and welcoming. I would definitely recommend eating here, at the...More
We stayed in Brisbane for a couple of days and stumbled upon this place by accident. We were intrigued and decided to eat here. It is unassuming at the front but the inside and area out the back were warm and inviting. What a great...More
Had never tried Eritrean cuisine before. Service was prompt and very friendly. Food arrived quickly. Portions were good size and value. Food was delicious. Shared a starter of Enjera and 4 dips, and a main course of the 'Asmera Dish'. The main was also served...More