Meaza doesn't list their prices on their website, so hitting the minimum $30 to activate our Groupon impelled us to order more food than anticipated. As with last weeks Groupon-driven excursion, we probably would've spent less without the Groupon, but then we never would've gone in the first place had we not bought it.
We started with a 'Sambussa' $2.50 each. Lentils, Onions, Green Peppers in a Crispy Wrap and deep fried. Hard to go wrong there.
We shared a 'Special Vegi Combo' $13.99 and a 'Shiro' $12.99 (the suspicious brown puddle in the middle). The 'Shiro' is described as 'Powdered Peas cooked in special Ethiopian made clog pot with Olive Oil, Garlic, Onion and topped with Fresh Jalapeño'. It tasted like the filling of a Taco Bell Bean Burrito, which, for us, is a good thing. We gobbled that Shiro up. While I don't usually review restaurants on da blog because WTF do I know? I wasn't feeling the ultra laid-back service & shabby retro vibe. As they say on 'The Bachelor', "I can't see a future with Meaza".
No breakfast today. Lunch was at Mr. Noodle and Rice. Teriyaki Tofu with a small Sake to celebrate being on vacation.
After lunch, I stopped into Sharp Shopper. This isn't an accurate representation of my typical haul mainly because I don't get to Sharp Shopper very often and all the juice was for Mr. SVegetarian. However, the Flaxmilk, Paper Towels, PB, Individual Juices & Crackers were all only .50 each, not to mention the incredibly low prices on everything else, so that's why I'm posting this haul.
Many years ago, I bought these Santa Slippers at Macy's as a gift for myself the day after Christmas. Upon first sight, the pups decided these were the greatest toys ever. The slippers have been in constant use since then, carried outside, hidden inside, tossed in the air, chewed on and slept with...but never once worn by me.