Young & Hungry Dining Guide: Meaza Ethiopian Cuisine

Above: Meaza Zemedu at her namesake restaurant. Her
Arlington, Virginia, Ethiopian eatery is one of the 50
restaurants featured on this year’s Young & Hungry
Dining Guide on Washington city paper.
Because the Ethiopian community has historically been tied to the District, whether in Adams Morgan or the U Street corridor, the suburbs typically get overlooked as a source for fine injera-based food. Yet I can’t escape the simple fact that Meaza is often far superior to the restaurants on that strip of 9th Street NW known as Little Ethiopia. Read More.

2 Responses to “Young & Hungry Dining Guide: Meaza Ethiopian Cuisine”

  1. 1 teddy Jul 31st, 2009 at 5:45 am

    she is very hard working person, but customer service is poor. they do not come and check you out .i have seen in my own eyes when several customers complain. she needs to change these waitresses.

  2. 2 Adis Retta Sep 24th, 2009 at 10:28 am

    I love this place. I’m surprised to hear the complaints about the service, the waitresses, managers, and Meaza herself always stop by and see if everything’s ok. I think the service is the best part. The food is pretty good too.

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