The best banh mi in Atlanta. Vietnam's most recognizable sandwich is old-school fusion: a French demi-baguette stuffed with pickled daikon and carrots, cilantro, and, in our favorite case, some barbecue pork. Quoc Huong's crusty bread rivals that of any bakery in the city, and banh mi devotees flock here where they're jonesin' for a sandwich. Also has bubble tea.
Qing Mu serves traditional Chinese fare with a specialty in noodle soups. Menu items include the "Road to Shangri-La," snow peas, forest mushrooms, spinach, and tofu in a mushroom broth, and the Forbidden Kingdom," beef brisket, steamed chicken, a hot spring egg in a house broth. Diners also have the option of creating their own dish of veggies, protein, and spices.
There's booty galore at this crunk strip club.
Owner Cora Cotrim's Queen of Cream is an ice cream and coffee parlor on Highland Ave. Expect ice cream flavors such as sweet Georgia corn with blueberries, fresh mint chip, Thai tea, and cold-brew coffee with cacao nibs will be available by the scoop and by the pint. In addition to regular coffeehouse beverages, there are also iced coffees with homemade syrups spiked with chocolate or coffee ice cubes.
Breakfast, Menu, soul food, Q Time, breakfast, breakfast food, brunch, southern food, grits, hash browns, biscuits, chicken, beef sausage, smothered chicken, comfort food
Q-Time is a breakfast, brunch, lunch joint that serves southern/ soul food such as grits, hash browns, biscuits, chicken and beef sausage, smothered chicken, and more.
Asian counter-serve spot offers a variety of bubble tea drinks and food including chicken nuggets.
Southern-style meat-and-three at reasonable prices.
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