Bo Bo Garden is located in a rather dapper space that formerly housed a Korean restaurant. The current, enormous menu includes Cantonese/Hong Kong-style casseroles, dumplings, noodle soups, and a must-order Hong Kong-style lobster for when you're feeling lavish.
Authentic Italian cooking presented with modern casual flair.
There are few places in town where you can show up and relax, knowing your meal is going to be understatedly brilliant. Sotto Sotto is that place. It begins with wine, and a staff that can chat about it intelligently and breezily, as if discussing the merits of a collection of old friends. Unabashedly Italian and composed with food in mind, it's one of the more delightful lists in the city. A light, elegant touch in the kitchen allows even the heaviest dishes to seem almost weightless. Starters range from ethereal to downright robust, and risottos are downright masterful.
Offers a full-service dining experience in Decatur.
Indian food in Decatur, with daily specials and a large banquet hall.
Authentically Japanese, from the pristine fish to the clean, spare light wood decor to the bottles of sake and sochu lined up behind the chef. Some of the best dishes are only found through word of mouth, such as the fabulous monkfish liver in ponzu sauce, or the salmon roe marinated in rice wine. The owner, Atsushi "Art" Hayakawa, is meticulous with his knife skills, slicing and dicing fish flown in daily from Japan. The restaurant only serves dinner, but stays open late -- until 2 a.m. on Friday for those craving sashimi well into the night. Read full review...
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 MSG. The "traditional menu" is immense and there are normally a few specials on the chalkboard at the front of the restaurant. Yes, there's an "American menu" for the unadventurous palates out there, but c'mon — why bother?