The unassuming structure belies the peaceful interior where you can get high-quality French cuisine without breaking the bank. Dinner is just a few dollars more, but where else can you get a plate of coq au vin for less than eight bucks?
Thank the food gods that this restaurant remains a thriving eatery. Steamed red snapper with black beans, flash-fried Chinese long beans, golden pot stickers and eggplant in garlic sauce are standouts among the lengthy menu. $$ ($10-$20)
While the atmosphere feels like the hawker centers of Hong Kong, the food could not be better. Nearly 100 items are included on the menu and the portions are generous and the price low. For Chinese food, Hong Kong BBQ is the place to be.
This chain is celebrated for its authentic, low-priced Mexican fare.
Canton House is the favorite for dim sum in Atlanta's Chinese community. We're not surprised. Few dim sums are operated with such efficiency and such a broad menu. Anything made with shrimp or barbecued pork is bound to please even the most unadventurous diner. Get the rice cooked with pork, wrapped in lotus leaves. The fragrance when it is unwrapped is worth the price.