Zen on Ten

★★★★★
Asian Bistro, Sushi Bar, Thai Food and Local Hot Spot in Midtown Atlanta
  • 1000 Northside Dr NW

    Atlanta, GA 30318

    Cross street: 10th Street

    Map & Directions
  • 404-879-0999

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This is my go-to Thai restaurant in Atlanta! I love their green curry, the portions are much bigger than what you are probably used to seeing in similar Atlanta restaurants, and the service always consistent along with their food.

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★★★★★

This is my go-to Thai restaurant in Atlanta! I love their green curry, the portions are much bigger than what you are probably used to seeing in similar Atlanta restaurants, and the service always consistent along with their food.

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I went here for the first time with a friend and sat at the bar. We ordered drinks and dinner. The sushi and other food we ordered was delicious! Also I really like the drink menu. There was a lot to choose from. The pricing was reasonable as well. I will definitely be back. (Try the calamari and the tuna poki)

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★★★★★

I went here for the first time with a friend and sat at the bar. We ordered drinks and dinner. The sushi and other food we ordered was delicious! Also I really like the drink menu. There was a lot to choose from. The pricing was reasonable as well. I will definitely be back. (Try the calamari and the tuna poki)

Pros: great food, great price

Cons: none

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We recently celebrated my friend??s birthday at Zen on Ten. We ordered their best-sellers and we were not disappointed. They truly live beyond people??s expectations. Everything was fantastic. From the service to the food, and the place, we were definitely delighted. It was a very enjoyable experience.

2
★★★★☆

We recently celebrated my friend??s birthday at Zen on Ten. We ordered their best-sellers and we were not disappointed. They truly live beyond people??s expectations. Everything was fantastic. From the service to the food, and the place, we were definitely delighted. It was a very enjoyable experience.

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While this place is not really off the beaten path, its not in one of the "hot" areas and it doesn't have street parking. With that said, this is a beautiful restaurant with great food and people. Kudos to the owner, designer, and builder as we feel like we're in Thailand upon entering this location. The sushi is fresh and the drinks are refreshing. We will be back.

2
★★★★★

While this place is not really off the beaten path, its not in one of the "hot" areas and it doesn't have street parking. With that said, this is a beautiful restaurant with great food and people. Kudos to the owner, designer, and builder as we feel like we're in Thailand upon entering this location. The sushi is fresh and the drinks are refreshing. We will be back.

Pros: Ambiance, decor, and fresh sushi

Cons: Parking & Location

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Excellent service - Bartender knows my name and ran my take out - outside to me. Friendly staff

Excellent food - love the cashew nut stirfry with tofu!

Beautiful interior - well done

Easy parking - center courtyard off of 10th

2
★★★★☆

Excellent service - Bartender knows my name and ran my take out - outside to me. Friendly staff

Excellent food - love the cashew nut stirfry with tofu!

Beautiful interior - well done

Easy parking - center courtyard off of 10th

Pros: Fantastic Asian Food on Westside

Cons: None that I can think of...

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The very first Thai Restaurant I ever went to in my life, was the little King & I in Ansley Square, about thirty years ago. Tom, the owner, was an instant friend to all in the community, and fed everyone, drunk or otherwise. Atlanta has grown up, especially West Midtown. Now, Tom brings to that area, what made King & I famous. Tom Yum w/shrimp, add fish sauce, velvety Chicken Coconut Soup, Grilled Chicken Skewers w/homemade peanut sauce and cucumber salad. And the Shrimp Massaman, is wonderful. Skip the sushi, and go for the Thai standards, that made this Thai establishment, a legend in Atlanta.

2
★★★★★

The very first Thai Restaurant I ever went to in my life, was the little King & I in Ansley Square, about thirty years ago. Tom, the owner, was an instant friend to all in the community, and fed everyone, drunk or otherwise. Atlanta has grown up, especially West Midtown. Now, Tom brings to that area, what made King & I famous. Tom Yum w/shrimp, add fish sauce, velvety Chicken Coconut Soup, Grilled Chicken Skewers w/homemade peanut sauce and cucumber salad. And the Shrimp Massaman, is wonderful. Skip the sushi, and go for the Thai standards, that made this Thai establishment, a legend in Atlanta.

Pros: Thai Standard's Are The Best!

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Zen on Ten is a welcome addition to the Atlanta asian fusion scene. It's in midtown and has tons of free parking in the back, which is a major plus in my book. I knew the thai would be good because it is owned by the same people that own King and I. I was blown away by the quality of the sushi and the rolls were very creative. The atmoshere is contemporary and the service was great.

2
★★★★★

Zen on Ten is a welcome addition to the Atlanta asian fusion scene. It's in midtown and has tons of free parking in the back, which is a major plus in my book. I knew the thai would be good because it is owned by the same people that own King and I. I was blown away by the quality of the sushi and the rolls were very creative. The atmoshere is contemporary and the service was great.

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I moved to Atlanta this year after 8 years of living in NYC and eating sushi at least 3 times a week. Since moving, I??ve had a really tough time finding good, reasonably priced sushi in my neighborhood. I tried Zen on Ten as soon as they opened a couple months ago and haven??t been to another sushi place since. The service is great and very friendly, the sushi is fresh, and the prices are pretty reasonable.

2
★★★★★

I moved to Atlanta this year after 8 years of living in NYC and eating sushi at least 3 times a week. Since moving, I??ve had a really tough time finding good, reasonably priced sushi in my neighborhood. I tried Zen on Ten as soon as they opened a couple months ago and haven??t been to another sushi place since. The service is great and very friendly, the sushi is fresh, and the prices are pretty reasonable.

Pros: under $10 lunch specials, friendly service, great food

 

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