The Beef In the so called Mongolian Beef was as Tough as 'Shoe Leather' & Green Onion Blades Weren't Even Cooked At All, Just a Little Sauce On Them. I Noticed that The Executive Chef At This Place Is Named 'Calahan' ??? Seems A Chinese Chef Would be Chinese, Instead Of Irish???- Also Some Of Our Party Of ""14"" Got Very Partially Uncooked Food"""
Hidden away in a bland strip mall, this is the best Asian food in Atlanta. What is even more incredible, it's cheap and they deliver. The owners a…
Great restaurant and the atmosphere is nice for the whole family. Thank you so much for providing such a place for Korean food lovers like me.
I've been a few times, I usually pay by card and put my tip on the bill.I finished my meal and told the server I put the tip on my card. She informed me they never see the tips which are put on cards. The next time I went in I put the tip on the card againate and went back and asked did they know who served me. No, I then asked them for the tip money so I can make sure it goes to the right server, they did. Every time I go in I haveasked the servers and they always say they only get the money off the table.
Had a Philly cheesecake which was amazing. Also, considering I am from the Philadelphia area this was a huge wine for me. There menu is awesome too. It looks like a hole in the wall but there food is outstanding.
Such good food! Great for adventurous and picky eaters--the menu has a little bit of everything. The casseroles are my favorite--the black pepper seafood one is a must! Do get an appetizer if you're hungry. The dumplings come out really quickly, while the entrees take awhile.
Gu's is one of my favorite stalls in Krog Street Market. The noodles are always great and the portion sizes are huge - I always get 2-3 meals out of them!I really like the Chendu noodles (served cold, perfect for hot days) and the dan dan noodles (great flavor). I'd also suggest (obviously) the dumplings - so good and so easy to eat so many of!
STAY AWAY FROM THIS PLACE -- IT IS GHETTO ASIAN TRASH.They DO NOT care about customers, and that is JUST as important! I realize more than EVER that this is just another BOOTLEG foreign restaurant that TREATS THEIR CUSTOMERS LIKE GARBAGE. They try and make the customers make things convenient for THEM! Tell me what real business does this. None! This place needs to be shut down!I just ordered delivery from here for the umpteenth time of giving them chances -- and spending LOTS of money and there was an extremely rude lady who didn't care that me and my guest had been waiting over an HOUR FOR FOOD. No apology, no credit, didn't throw anything in -- that's how a lot of mom n pop foreign restaurants are; they treat customers like dirt while raking in the dough.The driver finally called after an hour and was demanding that I come outside to get my food -- which has happened before with drivers from there. He LIED telling me that they don't come inside my apartment and that he needs a code to get out the gate, which is not true. He kept standing me down that that is the case, while I as a RESIDENT SHOULD KNOW! He also kept denying that I've ever had a driver come to my door! How did I get the previous orders then??The crazy driver decided to drive off with the food I'd already paid for.I called these PSYCHOS back at the store and long story short DEMANDED A REFUND WHICH I HAVE YET TO SEE IN MY ACCOUNT. The lady was EXTREMELY NASTY, repeating "thank youuuu, thank youuuuu" over and over again in my ear when I told her I was gonna tell people to stay away from this nightmare "restaurant". The driver got on the phone and LIED AGAIN saying that he delivered the food on time LOL.I AM NEVER ORDERING FROM THIS PLACE AGAIN. I have already thrown their menu in the trash. :)))
Fantastic ramen place at Ponce City Market, but there's one caveat: Ton Ton doesn't serve alcohol. This can be easily remedied by purchasing a beverage at Tap before coming to Ton Ton, so they do allow you to bring in outside beverages, but still. Other than that, it's a really cute place: Small and cozy, very limited menu, but everything on it is worth getting! I ordered a garlic butter corn bomb with my ramen, and it was an excellent choice.
If you haven't been here, then you are missing out BIG TIME! This is the restaurant for amazing Asian Mexican fusion. They do a great job getting food out fast because it's a tiny place so there's always a crowd. But don't be fooled by the rough hole in the wall exterior and tiny parking lot, this place is so worth it. One of my favorite places in Atlanta -you have to try the bugolgi quesadilla and the pork sliders!
Awesome Korean fusion food! The place is a tiny, unassuming place that's easy to pass by, and the interior is nothing to look at, but it more than makes up for it with awesome tacos, kimchi burritos, and delicious bimimbop. Always a super friendly and upbeat staff too, with quick service. A must try! Try the sesame fries, they will blow your mind.