My wife rediscovered Muzita with some friends a few weeks ago after dining Lei Lounge across the street and insisted we return for dinner. Our waitress Megan remembered her and the dessert she'd lavished praise on (choco pot de creme). Throughout, the service was attentive and helpful without intruding.
The food was plenteous and spicy-delicious. I had the Ono Tsebe (Ono on a bed of spaghetti squash). The Ono was thin cut and rolled with spices into a crusted tube. My wife's chicken special was hotter than she expected. It was all served on a single plate with injera (crepe-like bread used as a utensil). I'm not a fan of injera; too spongy for me. (We're contemplating bringing naan with us next time!)
Dessert is made by the owner's mother and was astonishing. My wife returned to the pot de creme which was rich with a perfect texture and just sweet enough. My tiramisu was also perfect, not overly-sweet with a lovely blend flavors well balanced.
Dinner for 2 with two glasses of wine and dessert was about $100 including tip. A great deal for a terrific meal. We will return.
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