Guests prepare their meals table-side, simmering meats and vegetables in a hot chicken broth.
This neighborhood staple on LaVista Road in Tucker serves steaks, burgers, meatloaf and other hearty, down-home fare.
As far as Chinese food goes, this is place is hit or miss, but as a kosher Chinese establishment it's become a destination. The buffalo wings are slowly earning a reputation and the Chinese vegetable wrap (think a burrito with snow peas and bamboo shoots) was a nice variation.
Give your honey a choice of menudo, Buffalo chicken wings or moo goo gai pan here. Chino-Mexicano. It's not the best food in town, but it is most definitely a happening.
Com explores Vietnamese with things like pho, ahi tuna salad, and creamy coconut soup and then goes into DIY territory with customizable lunch combos
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Bob Leavey's built a connoisseur's playground stocked with more than 600 wines, some at prices you'd be hard pressed to find elsewhere. It's poor form to tipple vino on an empty stomach, so partake in the sampling menu he's handcrafted.
A family-friendly pizzeria located in Tucker.
This spot looks like your typical Buford Highway Chinese joint, with one exception: the coolest fish-less aquarium we've ever seen. There's more than 250 menu items, plus 40 dim sum lunch choices, ranging from standard Americanized offerings to those without mass Western appeal (intestines with sour cabbage, anyone?). Tend toward choices falling between these extremes, like the bitter melon with beef, preserved egg and fish soup, or crispy duck.
Sunday brunch at two locations of the local chain features energetic ranchera music, heady fiesta atmosphere and a succession of unusual Mexican specialties. Spice levels, though toned down, are still lively enough to tickle gringo tongues.
A sunny Korean restaurant with a la carte dining in the front room and charcoal Korean barbecue in the back room. Go for the barbecue. A variety of meats are offered, and the panchan includes a delicious fresh kimchee--salad greens dressed in chili, vinegar and sesame oil.
Want to indulge in the goodness of Chinese food but don't eat meat? Harmony offers noodles, dumplings and moo shu vegetable wraps, all of which are tops at this minimally decorated newcomer. Stick with greenery and skip the imitation beef and fish.
The self-described "first organic Thai restaurant outside Thailand" features an extensive wine list, plenty of vegetarian fare for the herbivore in your life and an in-house waterfall.
While Lucky China does the usual short and speedy lunch menu, the dinner menu is available throughout the day. Not that there's anything wrong with the standard lunch. It's just that it's ... the standard lunch. The dinner menu is far more interesting, and though your meal won't appear before you in a matter of seconds, it won't take much longer. And besides, your server will rush out with little tidbits you can nibble on immediately: one egg roll and a hot chicken wing.
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