The Korean BBQ scene is booming in Atlanta, but Breaker’s is really setting them ahead of the pack. Less than a year old, Breakers has already made a lasting impression in the Atlanta restaurant world.
Malaysia is known for its amazing street food that brings together the cultures of Asia, Southeast Asia and the Pacific all together.
Fumi is a restaurant that truly has it all: a gorgeous ambiance, the best quality foods you can find, great pricing, outdoor seating, an extensive bar with an impressive sake selection, private dining, an all-out sushi bar and hibachi for groups of any size.
Gu’s Kitchen is Atlanta’s authentic Szechuan family restaurant. Created in Buford Highway in 2010, Gu’s Kitchen serves incredible dumplings and noodles in the spicy Szechuan style of China’s City of Chengdu.
Located off of Collier Road in Atlanta, Hankook specializes in Korean bbq tacos made fresh to order for a line that regularly extends out the front door.
What do you get when you combine delicious, expertly made sushi, a Robata bar and a brewery featuring 13 original beers on tap?
Nestled in Duluth, K BBQ Factory is both a delicious and entertaining dining experience.
Nakato has been serving up some of the best Japanese cuisine in Atlanta since 1972, proving that fine dining can be fun dining. With their extensive selection of traditional hibachi and teppanyaki dishes, Nakato is fit to satisfy your whole party – and all of their cravings. The sushi menu at Nakato is equally impressive, featuring all kinds of rolls and bowls made with the freshest fish and prepared using traditional Japanese techniques.
With over 36 varieties of fresh sushi, udon noodles, calamari salad, hibachi, & so much more, Nori Nori has anything a Japanese food lover could ever want.
Where does East meet West in the South? At PONKO chicken! This Japanese inspired fast casual restaurant was a Stone Mountain institution until it took a break for a few years after the 2008 recession.
Check out one of the 4 Seoul K BBQ Breakers Express locations around Atlanta (and counting!). People are flocking to their healthy, grilled, flavorful and saucy takes on the Korean BBQ classics and some Korean twists on American staples.
Atlantic Station has tons of great options, but one restaurant in particular really sticks out. Sri Thai’s creative wooden structure gets your attention from the street, and their imaginative dishes get your attention in the restaurant.
How do you make a dish that tastes like it took hours to prepare in just minutes? With preparation – and delicious recipes – at Tanaka Express!
Looking for a family friendly restaurant that will teach your kids to eat things they may not be familiar with? Taqueria Tsunami brings the flavors of South of the Border and the Far East together in familiar, popular dishes like tacos, nachos and more.
Every family needs a great Chinese spot nearby for dinner, and families all throughout Sandy Springs know that Tasty China is always a perfect option!
Tomo changed the way we looked at sushi. The beauty of the plates brought out are like works of art on your table. Fish melts on your tongue and it’s impossible to not want more.
Right in the heart of downtown Atlanta lies a restaurant that is more like a tropical paradise! From Mai Tai’s to dishes prepared in woks & Chinese ovens to tiki memorabilia galore, Trader Vic’s has everything in place to put you in vacation mode!
Small plates to noodle dishes to perfectly crafted Thai specialties rule the roost. But, don’t overlook the beverages. The Thai Tea is almost too pretty to drink…almost.
Late night Dim Sum in the City of Lights