10th Year Anniversary of the EAWFSN
Eritrean Australian Women's & Family Support Network Inc
Cordially invites you to celebrate our 10th Year Anniversary of our social enterprise
Share our unique journey and achievements!!
Exotic delicious food
Live Eritrean/African Music
Cultural Exhibition & Drama
Children's Activities & Games
6th July 2013 2pm – 11pm
38 Lytton Road East Brisbane (next to Mowbray Park)
Limited parking is available in the area. We encourage all festival attendees to use public transport.
Stay late and join us in dancing!
Free entry with $20 buffet dinner at 6:30pm
Tickets available at www.trybooking.com/CXWD or alternatively at the door
Children under 7 free, $10 over, students $17 and a group of 5 $90.
See our website page for more details: www.muooz.com.au
Introducing our new African Menu
Mu'ooz Restaurant & Catering is introducing a new menu. The Restaurant is now offering Brisbane diners a unique chance to try contemporary African cuisine.
The new menu will include several dishes from the African continent.
Friday 9th November 2012 from 6.00pm till
Children (under 12): $15
The Eritrean Australian Women Family & Support Network Inc, is inviting our valued old and new customers to come and enjoy the new menu at Mu'ooz.
During the official launch, in conjunction with obtaining our liquor licence where you can experience traditional African beers and wine, whilst enjoying a traditional Eritrean coffee ceremony, live African music and dance.
We would like to introduce to our customers our new cook, Ms Gertrude Lombato from the Democratic Republic of Congo. This talented woman was born in the north east city of Mbandaka in the province of Équateur.
Gertrude came to Australia in 2010 with her 2 year old son after fleeing the civil war in her country. She fled along with her Auntie and cousins to a refugee camp in Cameroon and finally settled into Australia. She brings fresh and authentic dishes of Africa to the already unique tastes at Mu'ooz.
In the five years since inception, Mu'ooz has provided training, work experience and employment to more than 68 disadvantaged refugee women. The not- for- profit social enterprise also provides cultural awareness to high school students to educate them about the experience of refugees in Australia.
All meals served with Fufu (semolina or maize (gf) flour patties) or Enjera
Medeso/Beans - A blend of Borloti Kidney and White beans slow cooked with onion, garlic, tomatoes, turmeric and African herbs
Cassava leaves/Pondu - A unique African green leaf vegetable sautéed with onion, garlic and African herbs
Ndizi - Fried green plantain
Soso/Chicken - Thrice cooked chicken combined with tomatoes, capsicum, green chilli, onion, garlic and African herbs
Ngombe/Dema/Beef - Beef cubes slowly cooked with onion, garlic, capsicum and African herbs
Mbuzi/Goat - Locally sourced goat slowly cooked with onion, garlic, tomatoes and traditional African herbs
Mikirti/Duba - Roasted pumpkin baked in a sweet milk and rice flour (gf)
Traditional coffee and tea
St George & Castel African beer $7
Obikwa & Nederburg South African wines $6 - $8
Bookings are essential email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07 3255 8992
LOCATED DOWNSTAIRS at the RANCHHOD ARCADE, SHOP 21-23/197