I have been taking my dog to this place for three years since I got her as a puppy. The staff there is always friendly and professional. This vet hospital is not as big and gives you a feel of family vet clinic. The minute you walk in, there would be staff greeting you with big sincere smile. People there can even recognize my voice and remember my dog's name when I make a phone appointmen! Whenever I need some paper work faxed, they are always fast and efficient. Needless to say, the vet there is also friendly and quite knowledgeable.
This little Japanese restaurant is hidden in a tiny shopping center on Cobb Pkwy. I used to drive by it quite often but never thought of going there. The first time I went there with an Asian friend who told me this is his favorite Japanese restaurant in Atlanta.
I'd describe it as a very cute and cozy Japanese restaurant just like those family restaurants I visited in Japan. All people working there are Japanese (at least they look like and dressed in their traditional clothes) and extremely friendly. Their clientele is largely Japanese/Asian. The food is absolutely delicious except the portion is quite small. Service is excellent. I strongly recommend it.
This restaurant serves a good selection of aisan food: Thai, Chinese and Maylasian food. I only tried their Thai and Maylasian food and found them very tasty. The Chinese dishes on the menu are ordinary American Chinese food which I wasn't interested in trying. The Maylasian food is exceptionally good - spicy, full of flavors. The servings are pretty generous, too.
This place is located in the shopping center off the road the the sign is not easy to see when you drive by; the name also sounds like a little Chinese take-out place. But when you get in the restaurant, you'll find it very nice inside.
The food there is very good and they have some food which are different than those Americanized Chinese dishes. I found dining there a pleasant experience.
It's located at the corner of a tiny shopping center and very easy to miss, but it has great south Indian food. The prices are quite low but the food is consistantly good. The food portion is also very generous. You definitely get the most out of your money.
This is one of the rare Indian places where you get good service and friendly folks. It's not really a restaurant, just an Indian family bakery. Their samosas are really good and slightly cheaper than others as well (below $1 each).
I was not sure what is the hype about this restaurant and decided to give it a try. My conclusion is that it must be because of its excellent location in the heart of historic Vinings and its interesting concept of dining inside a "train", but definitely NOT of its food.
It's a typical American Chinese restaurant with a typical menu selection. One of the stir-fried dishes we ordered came with huge pieces of meat and vegetables and the vegetables were almost raw. The taste of the food was also mediocre.
If you think the dining experience inside a train or the convenient location is worth the money, then you would not be dissappointed. Otherwise, take your money to the Chinese place down the street called "Uncle Wong" to satisfy your craving for good Chinese food.
I only went there for the dim sum on weekends and cannot comment on their regular dishes. Judging from the number of cars in their huge parking lot during weekend brunch time when they serve dim sum , you can easily tell its popularity. Most people dining there are Chinese/Asian and it's always crowded. But the wait for a table if definitely worth it.
In Atlanta, people call it the "fabulous fox theatre", and you'll understand how it got its name when you enter it. It's very different than those new, huge, modern, fancy theatres; it's unique designs (converted from an old Arabic temple) and antique feel make it so fascinating. When you're sitting inside, you'd feel like in a differnt time and world.
This is supposed to be a world famous museum and a must-see attraction in Atlanta. However, if you go there with high expectation, you'll likely be disappointed. It's unique and interesting with a lot of company history. But it's overwhelmed with too much Coke Cola adervertisement, especially the 10-min movie - it's just a mixture of Coke commercials in different countries and different years and the same thing is still playing as 6 years ago! The coke tasting at the end of the tour is the best part and probably the only thing that makes the tour worthwhile IMO.