I love this place! After seeing a movie at the Landmark, Chinese small plates hits the spot! Those little five spiced chicken nuggets (forgot the name) are addictive! The beef noodle soup is the best in Atlanta - of any culture. Actually its competitor is the beef brisket in broth at Ria's. They are both the most beefy tasting broths in Atlanta.
Did you actually eat there or is this an ad?
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Apparently you haven't tried the sandwiches at Tiny Bistro. Best sandwiches on the Westside in my opinion (not to mention sides, salads and soups).
Whenever possible, I stop there on my way to Harrys! Their food is such a treat!
Ria and Shaffick, You all have the most amazing food coupled with outstanding service. For those of you who have not yet visited Tassa and you want a good feel for Trinidad or just plain old Caribbean food...check out Tassa Roti Shop. My favorite is the doubles and chicken roti. Everything on the menu is finger lickin good and the prices are so affordable. After visiting you will be remembered by Ria or Shaffick and you will soon realize that you will be adopted into the Tassa family. Ria is the social butterfly of the Caribbean and the most driven and dedicated woman I personally know. Congrats to Tassa. .....Beckietrinny :)
If it aint Persian kabobs, then forget about it. It's like calling an Arabic person Persian...two different worlds.
Been meaning to check this place out. Obvious comparisons to Agora- though I've heard this may be superior from some.
I have had several things, soups and brocolli salad that have been shared from this store and really enjoyed them. I am looking forward to visiting in person.
This is cool! Thanks!
Can't wait to try it! Sounds delissssh!
Love this place! Not only is the food phenomenal but chef Kameel is one of the warmest, most infectious personalities you'll come across. I highly recommend - both for the food and the experience!
Is this place still open? They never seem to have regular hours, and even when the open sign is on, there's never a soul in there.
I've been to both and I think they're both pretty good. I find Panbury's pies to be a little tastier and the crust a little flakier but I'd seek out either place. It's nice to have more unique lunch offerings downtown.
Has anyone been who can compare/contrast to Australian Bakery Cafe's offerings?
JR, I'd recommend hitting up Pie Local at one of the farmers markets they frequent. They have a seasonal strawberry rhubarb pie that's pretty killer.
I skipped reading this review the first time I saw the title link "Cheap Eats: Panbury's Double Crust Pies" because I just assumed this referred to sweet dessert-type pies, of which I have never been a fan. After reading a bunch of other stuff here, I happened to glance at the title again and this time noticed the subtitle "Curb Market newcomer explores the savory side of pie." Now I read it with interest. I really enjoy the meat pies that the English have managed to spread around the world and have often wondered why they are not more common here.
Where can I get some killer rhubarb pie that's not the Pie Shop?
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