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Visiting son in NOVA. He and I have both been to Addis and was looking for a local authentic Ethiopian restaurant to introduce my wife to Tibs and Injera.
Found Nazret, and thoroughly delighted.
Authentic Ethiopian food, at a very affordable price.
Three different Tibs;...More
More than a year ago, I read a Washington Post review of Nazret that was so positive, I just had to try the place. And I'm so glad that I did! The restaurant is hard to find and the parking situation can be a hassle...More
Good service and good food. Lots of options, we got some of the mixed meat platters to share between our group. These were all quite good, and the serving was very generous. We also ordered some kitfo, it was the first time I've tried it,...More
I've eaten at many of the Ethiopian restaurants in the Washington DC and Arlington VA area, and as a vegetarian, I usually eat the same thing at each. While Nazret is hard to find (on the back side of a strip mall that's full of...More
My family and I are vegan and we are always looking for great new places. Ethiopian is always on our list of places to check out. Nazret tops our list not only on Ethiopian restaurants but also in vegan eateries. First off the staff are...More
We had a similar experience as other reviewers: very simple restaurant on the back-side of the Build America shops. But you're there for the food, which is very good and not too spicy. We got the sampler from the owner's recommendation and it was a...More
We put our order in the hands of the friendly staff and wound up with a sampler platter of just about everything on the menu, and all of it was delicious. The only thing I would skip next time was the dessert, an unremarkable baklava...More
Very good food at a very good price. I had dulet, which is usually beef liver, along with tomato salad and tibs (meat). The injeera, the Ethiopian bread used in place of silverware, was very spongy, fresh and good. Service was slow because the place...More