You'll be satisfied with the Americanized standards, but if you really want a great time at the restaurant, order specialties off the menu like the snow pea leaves and salt and pepper pork. A great Chinese restaurant with plenty of regulars.
Large menu includes Peking duck without the usual 24-hour call-ahead requirement. But as the restaurant's name suggests, seafood is the specialty of the house. Lobster and Dungeness crab are exceptional.
The best Cantonese around. Large menu includes Peking duck without the usual 24-hour call-ahead requirement. But as the restaurant's name suggests, seafood is the specialty of the house. Lobster and Dungeness crab are exceptional.
Chow Bing is the new kid on the Grant Park area block, serving up a Chinese take on burritos, and liquor-fied bubble tea. Plenty of meaty and vegetarian options abound throughout their locally-sourced menu, but CL's Cliff Bostock recommends the taro bubble tea complete with coconut rum and vodka-laced whip cream.
Grand Buffet II offers Buckhead location at Southside prices. The bountiful Chinese-American spread has notable "wow-golly" appeal. Much of the food tastes fresh. Grill cooks prepare many items in small batches just behind the serving line. Platters and trays are replenished often.
Open, low-frills dining room with a giant golden Buddha near the entry, old-school servers in white shirts and black bow ties, and solid Cantonese cuisine and other Asian dishes. Serves until 3 a.m. Friday and Saturdays nights. Open until 1 a.m. the rest of the week. Eat-in, take-out, or delivery.
Combination Indian and Chinese cuisine restaurant featuring dishes inspired by Malaysian and Thai techniques as well for a Pan Asian concept. The menu is split into vegetarian and non vegetarian with items such as pan fried chili fish, lat mai paneer, cauliflower manchurian, and more.
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.
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