Suitland is an unincorporated community and census designated place (CDP) in Prince George's County, Maryland, about 1 mile (1.6 km) southeast of Washington, D.C. As of the 2010 census, the population of the CDP was 25,825. Prior to 2010, Suitland was part of the Suitland-Silver Hill census-designated place.
Things to do in Suitland
4 based on 135 reviews
My friend and I were looking for somewhere close to Joint Base Andrews and found this place...even though it was very busy, we got a table quickly. One thing we noticed is that the wait staff HUSTLE! We got our food pretty quickly considering the crowd. It was very loud in the building. The food was good - we ordered potato skins, steak and baked ziti...all good and the server was very professional, even when one of our table neighbors was extremely rude and disrespectful.
3.5 based on 41 reviews
Large menu even for the non seafood lover. Food good and fresh with large portions. New side of roasted green beans and mushrooms offers a uniques flavor. Unfortunately mushrooms missing. Could spruce up salads. Standard bag salad with no upgrades. Service slow but pleasant.
4 based on 12 reviews
In my years of coming to this location i have never been disappointed by the food! Everything else is hit or miss! I give it a 4 rating because it truly is about 85% a good experience and only !5% chance it wont be so pleasant.......and the food is ALWAYS GREAT!
A lot of customers like to think you should be able to customize everything about your meal! I have witnessed everything from asking for yummy sauce ONLY to asking the chef to pull your food aside and cook it in a different sauce or with extra seasoning etc. Someone should address this issue up front as it can make for a very bad dining experience! The chefs get upset at the request and the patrons get upset that their every wish is not fulfilled!
The waitresses are either really good, or really bad! There are quite a few that do not understand enough English to ensure the orders are correct. As well, a few that don't believe the customer is always right and will cop an attitude when someone gets upset that their order is wrong.
I have seen days it took the staff more time to get the meals set than it does for the chef to come out and cook them!
Now, as for the chefs, they all make the food well. However, they aren't all showman like one expects from a hibachi place. I can overlook this :-)
The place is an excellent value! you get more food than you can eat and it is always delicious!
4.5 based on 14 reviews
Local round the corner type of joint with the best authentic Jamaican cuisine! Pros: food the menu is simple typical Jamaican common dishes but flavorful, price, portions.. It's like mama is back there cooking it all! Cons: no dine in option too small, location & no parking. I recommend it! I'm a big fan of "mom & pops" joints strictly for the authenticity of the cuisine..you loose that in chain restaurants.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Only meal we booked that required transportation in DC but the reviews made it seem worth it. #1 after all! The location is really neat. Nice upscale part of town. Residential area we hadn't been to before. Very cute. Atmosphere at restaurant were good. But hot. Cold night. Too hot inside. Waitress was hurried but nice enough. All tapas. All average.
We ordered about 12-14 different tapas and sadly not a one stood out. Odds alone have ONE of them being a hit. Or not. Brussel sprouts were bitter. Mussels were boring and mostly just onion flavored. The recommended sampler plate was bizzarre. It was supposed to be a uniquely Balkan spread assortment. A smoked trout, a mushroom and a something. It was basically one part creamed cheese, one part fish or mushroom essence and 98 parts air. An ice cold whipped air spread that smelled vaguely of what it was supposed to be. The lamb kabobs were two Bob Evans sausage links on a plate. But presumably lamb. The "steak and frites" was dried out shredded beef on potatoes. Meat pies were OK but mostly pastry. Lamb salami was closest to a "good". And another eight that aren't worth me finding them on the menu to reference. We are foodies that plan our trip meals in advance and live by the Tripadvisor reviews. We like unique experiences and foods. This was none of that. Just a disappointment. Average at best.
4 based on 18 reviews
You would pass right by this place unless someone plywood you about it. The neighborhood and surroundings look run down and from the outside you wouldn't think the best subs are made inside.
I only stopped because a business partner mentioned it as we passed by. Once inside it looks like your typical mom and pop shop that is out dated.
The prices are average but the size of the sub is huge and the flavor and taste is awesome.
I had the steak and mushroom sub with an order of fries. The basket of fries were enough to feed the table of four and the sub had so much meat on it I could not finish it.
This place is a hidden gem and you should make plans to stop if you get a chance.
5 based on 5 reviews
I've been to several Cameron Seafood to purchase crabs, however the location in District Heights is the best one by far! The prices are extremely reasonable and the quality of crabs both male and female are great!!! This location offer daily specials for all year around crab eaters!! You need to come check them out you will not be disappointed.
4.5 based on 9 reviews
The DC area has a lot of rotisserie chicken places, and Silvestre Chicken holds its own with the best of them.
They seem to have a few more menu options than your typical chicken place, but this doesn't detract from it's quality. I always get the chicken, but people I've been with have choosen other options that looked good too.
It's busy during lunch with everyone from construction workers to businessmen from the nearby federal complex.
Worth a visit!
4 based on 12 reviews
Customer service was premium! I stopped by this IHOP to get a quick bite to eat and nothing else, but ended up getting premiere service too. My waitress Angie, was not only extremely pleasant and helpful with the menu, but also with providing travel information to direct me too a key historic site. This IHOP was relatively new and very clean. The Root & Tooty breakfast was delicious too.
4 based on 8 reviews
This muct be the Chick-fil-a that provided sandwichs for sale at the Tanger Outlet opening. The food was premade, warm and very welcome since the Outlet does not have much in the way of food onsite other then the Starbucks and deserts.
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