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MADJET
RESTAURANT

Madjet Ethiopian Restaurant
1102 U St NW
Washington, DC 20009
Phone (202) 265-1952
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  • Mon - Sun 11:30 am - 12 am
    Closest Intersection 11th Street
    Payment Methods Mastercard, Visa, AmEx, Cash, Debit
    Liquor Info Yes, Full Bar Available
    Dress Code Casual
       

    INFO & EVENTS

    Madjet's chef is inovative using fancy plates & with it unique dish names such as Titanic Tibs and 50/50 both have a fun spin on a regular Ethiopian dish.

     

    PRESS & REVIEWS

    AOL CityGuide
    - by Elisabeth Frater

    ''... The motto of Madjet Ethiopian Restaurant is: "It's not where you eat, it's what you eat." Located on the quiet end of U Street, Madjet is a modest establishment with an exotic menu. The decor is simple: Plastic tablecloths, wood paneling and bay windows overlooking the street contribute to the homey atmosphere. The menu -- a single laminated sheet -- offers a limited and standard selection of Ethiopian fare. You'll select from four categories: beef, lamb, vegetarian and spaghetti. The menu also lists the ingredients of the stew-based dishes.

    Sharing a couple of entrees is sufficient for two people, because all the dishes are accompanied by injera, huge rounds of spongy bread. One succulent lamb dish, ye'beg tib, is stewed with berbere sauce, a red chili pepper paste composed of spices and herbs.

    Vegetarians can order the veggie sampler, which includes yellow lentils, collard greens sauteed with onions, and peppers. Overall, entrees are moderately inexpensive, and the service is slow- paced, but polite and attentive. There is also a full bar stocked with premium spirits and a decent beer selection..." >>more




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