Category Buford Highway

Lan Zhou Ramen – Chamblee, GA

Back in October, I was heading down Buford Highway, looking for dinner, when I put “ramen” in Google maps. It led me to Lan Zhou Ramen.  Lan Zhou shares a parking lot with both Chef Liu and Supermercado Chicago (home of fantastic tamales at the counter in the back – and the best fresh masa […]

Sushi House Hayakawa – Atlanta, GA

Another place that has been on the list for a decade is Sushi House Hayakawa.  When it first appeared on my radar, I was not nearly as adventurous an eater as I’ve evolved into.  As a result, whenever I was looking for a place to go, it kept moving toward the bottom of the list.  […]

Co’m Vietnamese Grill 

I’ve been meaning to eat at Co’m Vietnamese Grill for quite a while.  We had even been in one night for dinner while my beloved was doing the whole thirty and couldn’t find any dishes that weren’t rice or noodle based, so we went elsewhere.   When a cohort wanted to meet for lunch near the […]

Woo Nam Jeong Stone Bowl House 

Woo Nam Jeong Stone Bowl House is another place that had been on my radar for a decade, but one that I never seemed to make it to.  Not being the biggest fan of Korean food, these restaurants tend to get pushed aside for something else, when I am in the area.  It is in […]

Xin’s Chinese Cuisine – Duluth, GA

Another day roaming alone for lunch, another new place.  Today, I was actually heading to Masterpiece, as I hadn’t been in almost two weeks, when I noticed another Chinese restaurant in the same strip mall.  Walking down to Xin’s Chinese Cuisine, they had carry out menus by the outside door, so I grabbed one and […]

Pho Dai Loi 2 – Atlanta, GA

Pho Dai Loi 2 is another place that has been on “the list” for almost ten years.  Pho Dai Loi (implied 1) is in Jonesboro and there is a Pho Dai Loi 3 in Duluth, but I can’t find anything only that declares an affiliation.  But number “2” is the one that I’ve been supposed […]

Yet Tuh – Doraville, GA

Yet Tuh came to my mind as we headed up Buford Highway on a Saturday afternoon.  I had read a review about them in Atlanta Magazine, recently, which (basically) said that a meal at Yet Tuh is like Sunday lunch at your grandma’s house – provided that your grandma is Korean and can cook.   […]