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Popular spot just east of historic downtown Norcross.

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This quirky, family-owned restaurant is the ideal place for those seeking the comfort of their favorite Indian vegetarian dishes. For less than ten dollars, one of the Patel family members will serve you a tray of daily-changing home-cooked menu items like dahl soup, saag paneer, or gulab jamin. More adventurous thali dishes are sometimes available according to what’s in season or what’s in the kitchen, but you’ll need to ask for them. You’ll have to arrive early to satisfy your curry craving, though—one of the Patels will be locking the front door at 8 p.m.
El Taco Veloz - Norcross

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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 up the real deal, albeit in dingy surroundings. A better beef-tongue taco would be nearly impossible to find, as would a creamier, more satisfying bean burrito. The barbacoa is extraordinary, whether rolled into a soft, steamed corn tortilla or packed into a flour one. Tacos are irresistible snacks whose $1.69 price tag makes sampling the whole lot easy. Eating one of the massive burritos feels a bit like making out with food, with habanero salsa providing a crowning, thrilling burn.
Ai Tunes Karaoke Lounge

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The floors and couches in the private rooms at this karaoke joint glitter with green lights. The rooms are large and temperatures are kept low for when you work up a sweat belting out Whitney Houston's "The Greatest Love of All." Song selection here is disappointing — no deep cuts, and relatively few recent hits. You'll have to stick to the standards. The front of this massive space houses a glistening bar and dance floor that stays mostly empty. Also, hookahs if you want ’em.
Bento Cafe

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Colorful orange signage and manga-inspired illustrations pepper the space, which feels more like a cool converted warehouse in the heart of a major city than a restaurant in a Norcross strip mall. Bento is of Taiwanese descent for its hard-to-find home-style dishes and real-deal street snacks.

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Those of you familiar with Mexican preparations won't have a problem ordering from the menu written only in Spanish. Forget the tamales. Head for the meaty tacos and the messy-in-all-the-right-ways tortas. Take out or dine in. Cash only.
Mitad del Mundo

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Serving Ecuadorian specialties in Norcross along Buford Highway.

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Housed inside the building that used to be the town's railroad station, Norcross Station Cafe features classic American fare.

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New franchise SunO features Asian shaved ice desserts, crepes, frozen yogurt, hot and cold tea and more.
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