Review

103 Dishes to Eat in San Diego before You Die

Muzita made the little black book of San Diego’s best foods! Timtimo “It’s just a side dish at this Eritrean/Ethiopian bistro, but it’s phenomenal. Spicy red split lentils are hit with berbere, an Ethiopian spice blend that usually has chilies, paprika, ginger, onion, cardamom, coriander, cinnamon, cloves, garlic, nutmeg—you name it.” CLICK HERE to link to the article

At Muzita, the dining experience is easygoing, and the food easy to like | U-T San Diego

The gourmet ghetto along Park Boulevard — that international stretch of quality dining in the heart of University Heights — has a new prime-time date spot. My guess: Couples go to Muzita Abyssinian Bistro for its fresh, uncomplicated take on Ethiopian and Eritrean food — it balances out romantic complications. Or it’s because the converted bungalow is low-lit, cozy, somewhere you and the S.O. would happily hole up during a monsoon. All right, it’s the eating with your hands part: very sensual. And Abel Woldemichael, a fine-boned restaurateur with dreadlocks hanging like dark ropes down his back, is there to