Muya restaurant in London’s ever-busy Camden is a family-run restaurant serving authentic ethnic food. In the case of Muya, it is the food and culture of Ethiopia that have been brought to the capital with real style and panache. The dining room is a mélange of cool metropolitan style with wooden floors, uncovered tables for a smart-casual look, and white walls, then the addition of cowhide seating and regional artworks gives the dining room a real sense of place. The menu employs real injera, berbere, awaze, mitmita and kibe in fish, meat and vegetarian dishes. Choosing the Muya Chef’s Platter will give you a guided tour of this ancient and delicious cuisine.
£25 and under
A small but well formed restaurant with a great menu. It has excellent wide vegan/veggie options as well as plenty of meat. We had to wait a while for our food, despite the restaurant being quiet (hence four rather than five stars) but it was very tasty and the waitress was very friendly and helpful. I'm a fan of Ethiopian and this has probably edged out The Queen of Sheba as my new favourite.more
A really great find- friendly staff and great food! We've eaten at most of the local Ethiopian restaurants and Muya is our new favourite.more
Amazing. Ethiopian. Food.
Check this place out. Be prepared to wait a little for your food, but it was worth it. VERY reasonably priced for the quantity of food. They also serve good coffee in the morning and will roast and grind fresh coffee on request.
A breath of fresh life in Kentish Town.more
I am incredibly impressed as this newly opened restaurant is a breath of fresh air to the area.
A small yet stylish atmosphere gives those lucky enough to eat here an amazing meal and fantastic staff. Ethiopian food is very social, so this location would be best for groups of friends to tuck in or couples.
The food was superb. Having ordered three dishes for three people we found the...more