With Atlanta being one of the most diverse cities in the south you can bet that the food scene is going to benefit. Check out some of the best Chinese restaurants Atlanta has to offer if you are craving dim sum, stir fry, or just some good egg roles.
Inspired by the chefs’ personal cultural background, Food Terminal’s concept reflects Malaysia’s diverse culinary cuisine. Malaysian food draws influence from India, Guang Zhou, Hokkien, Teochew, and Hakka provinces due to the early 1900’s migration for tin and railroad labor demand. As such, Food Terminal’s menu features a high variety of Asian street foods with heavy emphasis on Malaysian cuisine. Food Terminal’s mission is to bring the most authentic Asian-style street taste and experience to Buford Highway.
Malaya is everything you want in a Chinese restaurant. Stop in for a quick bite in their colorful restaurant or grab it to go. You will not be disappointing in this area staple for asian fare.
Chin Chin offers both a Japanese and Chinese menu as well as a classic cocktail menu. Their lunch specials are sure to impress along with their Green Tea ice cream.
While known for their Thai food, Little Bangkok also serves a wide array of wonderful Chinese food. The no-frills environment let’s you focus on the great food that you most certainly will have.
Inspired by China’s countryside streets, Qing Mu’s atmosphere is designed to enhance guests’ senses and be focused on the quality of the product. Guests can select all of their ingredients and create their fresh noodle soup “Your Way”, or choose to have it wok tossed “Our Way”, and have a variety of other fresh, traditional, yet healthy, organic-style menu options. Then, the guest is able to select from an array of add-ons, including hormone-free, free-range organic meats and chicken, organic tofu, seafood, and specialty items such as ox-tail and quail egg. Asian beer on tap, our exclusive sake, and Asian tea to complete your customer experience, which may be dine-in or take-out for lunch, dinner, or as a late night meal.
Grand China has been serving Buckhead since 1978 and is their a great new location! They offer dine in and take out as well as catering and events. Their menus include Chinese, Thai, Sushi, and Japanese. Every thing served at Grand China is made from scratch with non GMO, fresh, no MSG ingredients with produce being sourced directly from premium farms.
Hop Shing has been serving up Fried Shrimp Dumplins since 2001 and we hope they don’t stop anytime soon. With great prices and great food it is a perfect spot to indulge. Don’t forget to try their chicken wings…
In the heart of Midtown Atlanta Chinese Buddah serves up a great Chinese menu for lunch, dinner, and those late night cravings. Georgia Tech students flock to the spot and it is also great for private events.