Mu'ooz is an African not-for-profit social enterprise and restaurant, located in the heart of culturally diverse West End.
Mu’ooz, means 'tasty and healthy' in Tigrinya, the language of Eritrea and parts of Ethiopia.
We offer exclusive North-East African cuisine using local and imported African ingredients while providing exceptional quality service.
With the hosting capacity of 70 seats we can accommodate large events on request.
Support our cause
Founded in 2003 by the "Eritrean Australian Women & Family Support Network Inc our aim is to give work experience, training and employment opportunities to African refugees, helping to break down the cross-cultural barriers.
For women who have suffered traumatic experiences of war, poverty and had little opportunity for education, Mu'ooz gives both employment and new opportunities that help the healing process.
To date they have given work experience, training and employment to over 100 women! You too can help to empower African refugee women in a number of ways.
Come in, order takeaway or use our catering service to enjoy our tasty food and empower African Refugee women - all at the same time.
Over 240 refugee women have received work experience, training and employment in the last 7 years (97% are still in employment)
Finalist in the 2011 "Awards for Excellence" QLD Restaurant of the Year, Restaurant & Catering
Deductible Gift Recipient Status granted by the Australian Taxation Office, July 2011.
Supporting the development of other African social enterprises in Queensland and interstate.
Introduced in 'Queensland Good Food Guide 2013'
Fundraising over $13,000 for the Victorian Bush fire Appeal, Queensland Floods, East African Drought and Breast Cancer
Launched an economic recovery initiative to manufacture packs food and paste products in response to COVID-19