Traditional Food With Different Variety

Wonderful Muya for injera and Ethiopian Muya Restaurant #105/106-215 Highland Road West Kitchener, Ontario   N2M 3C1 (519) 504-3488 / (519) 208-8588 Vegetarian dinner for two with five selections and lots of injera: $25 including taxes and tip Open: daily (not licensed) **********If I could, I would easily eat at Muya daily. It’s that good,…

Dining Out: Kitchener’s Muya an Ethiopian eatery that feeds body and soul

By Alex Bielak At its most fundamental level breaking bread draws us closer and offers insights into other cultures. Tearing injera, an Ethiopian flatbread, at Muya Restaurant was a welcoming introduction to the flavours and textures of this east African cuisine. Prior to opening their eat-in operation about six months ago, Muya was primarily a…

NITTER KIBE(Purified Butter)

Specially prepared butter, infused with exotic flavours of cardamom, kosert. When added to Wot, Alicha or Kitfo, it makes a mouth-watering, pleasan aroma and an exotic flavour for taste.


A flat bread, traditionally baked on clay pans. This is the staple food in Ethiopia. It is cut in bit size pieces with fingers and wrapped around the stews, the meats, the veggies and all the rest flavourful dishes  such as Wot, Alicha, Kitfo Etc


It is a stew, prepared from choices of spicy(hot,mild and regular). The key ingredient, berbere, is red, dry powder spice made of red chilli peppers. This is the spice that give the Wot’s distinct aroma and flavour. Mitimita   has similar ingredients as berbere, but has much more heat than berbere.


A stew that doesn’t have any berbere, but prepared with variety of flavourful spices and herbs