Shoya Izakaya

★★★★☆
  • 6035 Peachtree Rd A101

    Atlanta, GA 30360

    Map & Directions
  • 770-457-5555

About Shoya Izakaya

Hours
Sun 5pm-10:30pm, Tue 5pm-11:45am, Wed-Sat 5pm-11:30pm

Food

Food
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Nearly lost in the behemoth-of-a-shopping complex it??s tucked away in, Japanese fun-house Shoya Izakaysa endlessly nails the execution of its scores of dishes. Try as many small(ish) sized plates your stomach and/or wallet can bear. From simple grilled head-on shrimp to the omelet-and-pork dish that is literally moving when it hits your table (tobiko flakes seemingly dance before your eyes), you will rarely, if ever, miss. The pages of unique sochu cocktails should be thumbed over carefully for a playful change of pace from the usual martini, which is the main point of this restaurant; taking the norm, and standing it on it??s head.

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★★★★☆

Nearly lost in the behemoth-of-a-shopping complex it??s tucked away in, Japanese fun-house Shoya Izakaysa endlessly nails the execution of its scores of dishes. Try as many small(ish) sized plates your stomach and/or wallet can bear. From simple grilled head-on shrimp to the omelet-and-pork dish that is literally moving when it hits your table (tobiko flakes seemingly dance before your eyes), you will rarely, if ever, miss. The pages of unique sochu cocktails should be thumbed over carefully for a playful change of pace from the usual martini, which is the main point of this restaurant; taking the norm, and standing it on it??s head.

Pros: Super fresh fish, playful dishes, young crowd

Cons: Eating alone or as a duo dampens the excitement of trying on

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Their service was not as good as it should have been. I did enjoy my food when i did recevie it. I would suggect the super crunch shrimp roll. mm mm good

3
★★★☆☆

Their service was not as good as it should have been. I did enjoy my food when i did recevie it. I would suggect the super crunch shrimp roll. mm mm good

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The izakaya, or Japanese pub, purveying small plates and lots of them, plus specialized drinks has come to Atlanta. Small plates can cost as little as $4, for a grilled eggplant appetizer, for instance, or as much as $33 for a deluxe sushi…

 

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