Cajun food – REAL cajun food – right on Buford Highway? Oh yes. It’s real, and it’s spectacular. But this Cajun food comes from an unlikely source.
Malaysia is known for its amazing street food that brings together the cultures of Asia, Southeast Asia and the Pacific all together.
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.
From the husband and wife team that brought Atlanta the acclaimed Heirloom BBQ, come a diner with a taste of Korea and the Deep South.
Buford Highway’s most high end, delicious Chinese restaurant is Man Chun Hong. Owner Jason Chang was born in Korea but his parents are from China. They emigrated to Korea and came to the US when he was 8 years and his entire history influences the menu at Man Chun Hong.
The Best Vietnamese food in Buford Highway is at Nam Phuong. With a focus on authentic Vietnamese flavors with a creative approach, Nam Phuong delivers with every meal – whether it’s pho, delicious rolls, fried rice, spare ribs and more. Learn more about this Buford Highway staple and why you need to nosh on Nam Phuong now!
Roc South Cuisine and Cocktails is bringing an elevated Soul Food experience to Buford Highway. With dishes like Seafood Eggrolls, Cajun Shrimp and Jumbo Lump Crab Cakes, their seafood selection is four star and their service is second to none.
Sweet Hut Bakery and Cafe is an Asian focused bakery with incredible sweet and savory options for every palate. Owned by the same restauranteurs behind Atlanta’s Food Terminal, Sweet Hut makes their Malaysian, Southeast Asian and Japanese inspired menu accessible for folks who have never tried an Asian pastry before.