10 International Restaurants to Celebrate the 2016 Olympics

There’s an incredible assortment of international cuisine in Atlanta. As the south’s city center we scoured our Rolodex for the best restaurant representation of the countries you’ll see on screen the next 16 days! Host an Olympics viewing party, experiment with new restaurants and learn a bit more about the culinary culture of each country while the summer games are in action.

Kyma– Greece

Nikolai’s Roof –Russia

Yebo Beach Haus – South Africa

Yebo’s newest outpost looks like the Hamptons, but tastes like you’re in Cape Town. Order the Peri-Peri Prawn Tacos with avocado, mango salsa, cilantro, corn tortillas and peri- peri aioli to transport you to this coastal country.

Photo by Yebo Beach Haus

Photo by Yebo Beach Haus

Bhojanic– India

Eats On Ponce– Jamaica

Known as the “home of the jerk chicken plate”, pick up a heaping portion of this famous chicken paired with down home sides like black eyed peas, collard greens and mac n cheese just in time for the relays.

Photo by Eats on Ponce

Photo by Eats on Ponce

Der Biergarten– Germany

Panbury’s Double Crust Pies– Great Britain

Panbury’s offers the best selection of sweet and savory pies. Taste a selection of their unique options from steak & stout pie to seasonal mini fruit pies that will leave you saying “brilliant!”.

Photo by Panbury's

Photo by Panbury’s

Breakers Korean BBQ – Korea

Varuni Napoli– Italy

Lin’s– China

There are very few authentic, delicious Chinese restaurants in Atlanta and Lin’s has survived for well over a decade in the Alpharetta community. Start with their Sizzling Rice Soup and Lettuce Wraps then move on to Lin’s Triple Delight with shrimp, scallops and chicken sautéed with vegetables as your indescribably delicious Chinese entrée.

Want more restaurant inspiration? Check out a list of our favorite spots around Atlanta here. Be sure to catch Atlanta Eats on Peachtree TV every Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday at 10:30 a.m.!

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