The newest addition to the Centreville casual dining scene is Meat Project, and it has fans of Korean barbecue raving. The tableside barbecue menu consists of four solid options for 2-3 people, including a beef, pork, and combination offering of four different cuts of meat. You can also choose to go a la carte with your favorites, but there is something especially fun about cooking and sharing with a companion. In addition to the barbecue, Meat Project has a few soups, bibimbap, and cold buckwheat noodles, so if you’re looking for something a little quicker, it’s still worth giving this new eatery a try. The folks on Yelp consistently mention the same praise for Meat Project’s quality, quantity, and price – the hallmarks of a solid eatery. Be sure to visit the café next door when you visit. It’s run by the same owners, and a nice second stop for a drink or dessert. Meat Project closes in the mid-afternoon between lunch and dinner service, so plan your visit accordingly!