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
Venue Details & Map
13 Brecknock RoadHollowayLondonN7 0BL
- +44 (0)20 3609 0702
- Public transport:
- Caledonian Road, Underground
I've been living in London for about 2 months and I've been struggling to find a good restaurant within walking distance of my flat. A friend and I decided to try Muya the other day and it turns out this place was exactly what I was looking for. First of all, it has a very cozy interior and the lady who seated us, served us, AND cooked our food was as nice as can be. The service was great....more
Last night, a friend and I enjoyed Muya. It's an Ethiopian restaurant that's been around for about a year, located between Kentish Town and Caledonian Road stations.
We arrived just a few minutes after the place opened, at 6pm, and had it all to ourselves. In fact, it only started to get busy around 7:15pm, so keep this in mind if you're looking for an early dinner where you'll be sure to be...more
Muya is an excellent find in wilds of Tufnell Park. My partner and I shared two vegetarian combos which was a selection of lentil and vegetable dishes. The green lentil dish was so fabulous we had to ask what seasonings were used. The owner, who was very friendly, told us exactly what was in it and how to make it.
The food here is excellent and the service is lovely, if sometimes slow...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