Fortune Cookie Restaurant Inc
2480 Briarcliff Rd NE Ste 7, Atlanta, GA 30329
Bike Parking: Yes
Cuisines: Asian, Caterers, Family Style, Chinese
Alcohol: Beer, Wine
Takes Reservations: No
Outdoor Seating: No
Price Range : Average
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Great food. Great value. Located in Loehman's Plaza near the Dollar Store, this Chinese restaurant has it all: great flavor, quick service, inexpensive prices and family friendly. The fish tanks are cool, too!
Fortune Cookie is not good. The one server we like has left and works somewhere else. It used to be good, not sure what happened.
04/28/2008Provided by Citysearch -
i bring my 2 yr old daughter here like 1-2x a month for the buffet.
i dont usually eat Chinese Food- But they do a great job on the food. The prices are average (in my opinion)
They deliver and the food is pretty good as far as what i've had. if u like sesame chkn, the hook it up!! good wings too! and soups~
09/06/2007Provided by Citysearch -
This is my favorite Chinese Restaurant in the Atlanta area! The owners are so friendly, the food is always delicious whether we dine in or get delivery! Sometimes the servers are a little slow, and they need to smile a little more! :) But dining there is always a great experience!
I give it a thumbs up!
06/17/2007Provided by Citysearch -
The customer service here is absolutely horrific. The prices are definitely not worth it.
For one example, while numerous places around Atlanta, such as Mama Fu's, offers brown rice as substitute for white rice for FREE, this place charges an outrageous $2.50 for small cup of rice. When I asked why it was so expensive, the woman at the counter answered in an extremely rude and smug manner, ""well, no one else minds paying $2.50 for a cup of brown rice."" She was absolutely unapologetic for gouging her own customers. Well, thanks lady; I guess that's how you treat the customers -- simply charge as much as you can until someone complains. I guess she dared me to complain, so here I am.
As a person who makes brown rice at home daily, I can tell you that brown rice does NOT cost more to buy and is made the same way as white rice. I simply place the brown rice in my rice cooker with water. There is absolutely no justification for charge $2.50 for a cup of brown rice to substitute white rice.
As a new Atlanta transplant, I have tried a number of Chinese restaurants. This one was by far and easily the WORST! I was extremely disappointed. I tell everyone who comes to Atlanta to avoid this place like the plague.
10/04/2006Provided by Citysearch -
Try the Flaming Combination Platter, which includes 6 types of appetizers, and the Wonton Soup or Sizzling Rice Soup is the best intown. Crispy shrimp hunan style and house special chicken is a must try. If you like spicy noodle soup, try the Chow Ma Mein. Most of the entrees are ready in 5-10 minutes. Great service and owners are always there to tend to special requests.
03/31/2006Provided by Citysearch -
i love their lunch specials....very fast service...you're in and you're out. it can be crowded during lunch time and doesn't have a particularily amazing ambience (looks like a regular chinese restaurant) but everyone i know who has eaten there has loved it....
12/08/2005Provided by Citysearch -
Huge menu - huge variety. Everything can be spiced up as requested. They domestic and imported beer and wine, but the dessert menu is sadly limited. The ambience is a little more upscale than your typical Chinese restaurant - but then again, so are the prices. Very few entrees are priced below $9.95. The dining room can become crowded on a weekend night, but I've never had to wait. I recommend it for dates. Dining room is too small for a large group.
Only bad experience: The Waitstaff. Friendly, attentive, but I find they can be pushy as well. On more than one occasion, a gentleman I assume to be the manager stood over my table and tried to tell me the right way to eat my entree. I have also had dishes removed before I was finished eating and checks taken out of my hand before I was ready.