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7 Need To Have Noodle Dishes Around Atlanta

There’s nothing better than a big bowl of craveworthy, perfectly carb-y noodles when the weather starts to cool down. Here are 7 noodle dishes around Atlanta that totally inspire that “Need to have them!” feeling.


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1. LanZhou – Hand-Pulled Ramen

For noodles AND a show, LanZhou ramen is where you want to be! You’re going to love watching their chef create the noodles right in front of your eyes–stretching, pounding, and pulling each strand into shape. Choose from hand-pulled or knife-sliced, a bit thicker of a noodle. Get the pan fried dumplings too!

2. Jinya – Vegan Ramen

Real Jinya fans know that the really good stuff at Jinya is not the Tonkotsu (though it’s excellent) or the Sprouting Up Ramen–it’s the spicy, creamy vegan ramen! This garlicky, tofu-filled ramen has got just the perfect amount of kick and is a delight to vegans and non-vegans alike.  Add a soft-boiled egg for even more perfection.

Mamak - Chow Kway Toy
Mamak – Chow Kway Toy

3. Mamak – Char Kway Toy

Malaysian favorite Mamak does a lot of things really well–but especially their char kway teow, a super addicting stir-fried flat noodle dish that satisfies every carbiest craving. You can find their noodles in Chamblee at 2390 Chamblee Tucker Rd or at their original location of 5150 Buford Hwy NE A-170 in Doraville, GA.

4. Food Terminal – Szechuan Bone Marrow Ramen

With a menu as big as Malaysian food hall Food Terminal’s, it’s definitely hard to choose which dish to try. But let us steer you in the right direction: the szechuan bone marrow ramen is fantastic. The bone marrow makes this dish even creamier and more decadent. And there’s just enough spice to clear your sinuses, but not enough to make your eyes water. Locations in West Midtown and on Buford Highway.


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5. Pijiu Belly – Kung Pao Noodles

This West Midtown spot has delicious everything on the menu. Expect Asian fusion street food with tons of Korean and Japanese favorites.  They’ve got great, outdoor seating and their kung pao noodles, stir-fried in a spicy chili garlic sauce with scallions and bok choy, will hit the spot every time.

6. Gu’s Kitchen – Cold Noodles

Gu’s Kitchen is a must-stop for authentic Sichuan food in ATL. And their cold noodles are so flavorful and perfect for the hot summertime. Plus, the presentation is totally wow-inducing! When dining in, the noodles wrapped around a  chopstick statue, suspending them in the air. Order the Zhong style dumplings, too! Gu’s Kitchen is open only for takeout and delivery at this time.


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7. Budi’s Sushi – Mie Goreng

There’s so much to love about Budi’s Sushi, but at the top of the list might be their Indonesian fare! Their stir-fried mie goreng is perfectly sauced and salty, hitting the spot every time. They’ve also got tons of fresh sushi, and are available for dine-in, takeout, and delivery at this time.

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