Unfortunately, I had a TERRIBLE experience during my first visit ever to this place and I would never visit again. I was driving by last month and saw a sign out front that read, Best Suya in the DMV, and being a suya-lover myself, I decided to try out their suya yesterday. Normally, I would go to my favorite suya spot at 4300 Howard road Beltsville to get my suya (they sell very good suya and well-packed for the price) but yesterday I decided to try out the suya at this place. I walked into the place and asked for a plate. They lady tells me $12 but the price is actually $10. I bring out $20 cash to pay for the suya and this light-skinned lady tells me she did not have change (a Nigerian seller trick common in Nigeria where the seller lies to the customer that they dont have change in order to coerce the customer into forfeiting their change to the seller, and thus more money to the seller), and I started to get livid that this same mentality was being displayed in America. How can you be in business and claim you dont have change and make no efforts whatsoever to try to give your customers change. Ok, I decided to pay with my debit card, which I handed over to her and she swiped and upon looking at my receipt, I noticed that she charged me extra $5 for fried plantains which I never authorized and also included a 10% tip which I never authorized. I asked her to explain the charges and she offered to get me fried plantains instead which I never asked for. I got more livid. I requested that she refund me the difference and she claimed she could not refund the money back to my debit card as it already went through. I was like, which merchant service in America is unable to refund money if need be? Do you guys think you are in Nigeria where stealing and cheating are rampant? I was totally disappointed at the level of trickery and deceit openly displayed at their customers, especially being my first time there and I had a bitter experience. We love to complain about how bad our country and how we want change but fail to realize that the change we need starts from us. I suddenly lost appetite for the Suya, which by the way was half the amount I would get at my favorite spot at Howard road and insisted on a full refund and she lied again that she had no way of refunding my money and she did not have change. Upon insisting on my full refund, this lady who previously lied to me that she did not have cash change finally brings out cash and refunds me in full. Such daylight stealing! Customers please BEWARE of this place and always check your receipts if you pay with a card (for unauthorized charges to your card). Non African customers, beware of the I dont have change trickery as it is a lie and a ploy to get you to forfeit your hard-earned money. Always insist on getting your change in full.