Dining

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

El Señor Taco

This place is all about the fish. Seafood comes in enough variations to satisfy whatever craving you have. At less than $2 per taco, yo

El Taco Veloz - Doraville

If you're looking for baby-mild tacos or chichi surroundings, turn the car around and head right back to Midtown. El Taco Veloz serves

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

Frosty Caboose

A bright-red caboose in spitting distance from the train tracks serves as Chamblee's ongoing ice cream social, with families hanging ou

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

Las Tortas Locas

When you can't decide between a sandwich and a burger, eat a torta. Mexicanos love a good sandwich and they take them seriously. Las To

Penang Malaysian Cuisine

A clever, classy take on the crossroads cuisine of Malaysia, one of Asia's sleeping tigers. Whole fish with Thai sauce, pancakes with c

Rincon Latino

Stop by this Salvadoran restaurant for pupusas, a specialty from El Salvador. They are made of corn and often filled with cheese and me

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

Shoya Izakaya

Japanese public house serving sushi, sashimi, noodles and more. Shoya's encyclopedic menu, spread over seven crowded pages, will either

Yet Tuh

The name "Yet Tuh" roughly translates as "the place where something used to be." Hang-ho Lee still relies on contacts in Korea to ship


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