Finger food has never been as loaded, hearty, and, well, fun to eat, as it is at Muzita Abyssinian Bistro in University Heights. Inspired by the concept of home, Muzita exudes unmistakable warmth from its bungalow-style exterior. Spongy Ethiopian injera, a teff-based crepe, is both a serving mat and utensil for stews like the vegetarian Kantisha Kilwa and seared boneless chicken Dorho Alitcha Kilwa. Dishes are naturally spicy here thanks to a dry and powdery combination of peppers, garlic, onion, cumin and other traditional spices. You'll need a glass of wine or two to wash it all down, so be sure to indulge in Muzita's sinfully sweet honey wine as your meal comes to an end.