Dining: Chinese

Abdullah the Butcher House of Ribs & Chinese Food

Don't go looking for souvenirs at the former pro-wrestler's joint — they're absent — but the restaurant is dedicated to barbecue and Ch

Bento Cafe

Colorful orange signage and manga-inspired illustrations pepper the space, which feels more like a cool converted warehouse in the hear

Bo Bo Garden

Bo Bo Garden is located in a rather dapper space that formerly housed a Korean restaurant. Don't come expecting American Chinese, forge

Canton House

Canton House is the favorite for dim sum in Atlanta's Chinese community. We're not surprised. Few dim sums are operated with such effic

Chef Liu

The new location is relatively larger than their old shack that made them so famous. There still isn't much in the way of decor, but th

Food Court at Chinatown Mall

Got a hankering for a giant bowl of brothy seafood noodles or soy-lacquered duck that melts in your mouth? This food court offers six o

Golden House

When your brain isn’t working at full capacity, dim sum is the perfect meal. You don’t have to make any difficult decisions and there i

Gu's Bistro

The thing that makes Gu's goods stand apart is how clean the food tastes. There's seldom too much of any component be it spice, salt or

Hong Kong BBQ

While the atmosphere feels like the hawker centers of Hong Kong, the food could not be better. Nearly 100 items are included on the men

Man Chun Hong

The Korean-Chinese menu remains, but try the request-only Szechuan menu. Besides the Husband and Wife Lung, there's Slobber Chicken, an

Ming's Bar B Q - Duluth

Since the restaurant specializes in barbecue, it's the focal point of many dishes. Glistening mounds of young chow fried rice reveal ch

Ming's Bar B.Q. - Doraville

This authentic Hong Kong restaurant will grab your attention with the multiple kinds of meats in the window display. Go for the soy sau

Northern China Eatery

Hidden on the side of a building, Northern China Eatery is soup dumpling heaven. Make sure to pair yours with some black rice vinegar a

Peter Chang's Tasty China II

Sichuan chef Peter Chang has provoked Atlanta foodie hysteria since opening his first restaurant here. He came to the United States fro

Royal China

Although the Cantonese cuisine is highly erratic, the elegant decor and new restrooms make a visit almost mandatory for old hands. On b

Tasty China

Even after all these years, the fiery nuances of Szechuan cuisine at Marietta's Tasty China — and the mild intestinal discomfort that c


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