Ethiopian Food Mukbang | Muzita Abssynian Bistro, San Diego

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#Muzita Abssynian Bistro is located right in the heart of University Heights in #SanDiego! This is one of my favorite restaurants not only for the delicious food, but for the positive vibes that the team exudes. Whether your spirits are high or low, you will feel the love in this cuisine and have the highest sense of gratitude after eating here. At least I do 😉 (Please forgive my low vibrations in the beginning of this video, I am little bit stressed out lol. Also a word of advice, TAKE A BREAK!)

As we were told by Begum in this video, Ethiopian/Eritrean custom is to connect with the food while you’re eating it, not to simply eat with your hands. This food is made with love and all dishes are from the Woldemichael matriarch – Mama’s own recipes! Muzita Abssynian Bistro was opened in honor of Muzita, who is the sister of the owner, Abel. Unfortunately, Muzita fell ill a long time ago, however, it was her passion to serve the community and I’d say this restaurant is doing just that.

Please give them a try when you’re in San Diego, I highly recommend! This restaurant is vegan/vegetarian/pescatarian and carnivore (lol?) friendly. I always order the Shiro and Kantisha: Shiro (Eritrean style seasoned ground chickpeas) topped with button mushroom, zucchini, stewed tomato, tri colored peppers, white wine, tesmi, awaze, garlic and serrano. Heat advisory, this is SPICY, but it is packed with exceptional flavor :p
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