Bo Bo Garden – Doraville, GA


After some heavy craving for¬†authentic Chinese food around Buford Highway, we decided to check out Bo Bo Garden located in the corner of Pinetree Shopping Center. My friends have been going here for years but for some reason, I never got around to check it out until now. If you’re looking for the authentic Chinese family style cuisine and not some bogus P.F. Chang, Bo Bo Garden should be the first spot to check out on your list. With an empty stomach and an appetite of a T-Rex, I was ready to put my game face on! Continue Reading

Octopus Bar – Atlanta, GA


After stumbling around the streets of East Atlanta at 12 AM, We finally found Octopus Bar that opens inside So Ba Vietnamese restaurant after they close up shop at 10:30 PM. Octopus Bar changes their menu daily to reflect what is available during the season and local market ingredients. Continue Reading

El Torero – Duluth, GA


One of my favorite Mexican restaurants has got to be El Torero. It started out in 1981 and now it has 8 locations in Georgia and Tennessee. El Torero is always packed but finding seats is never a challenge. With a large staff to cover the floors during the lunch rush, getting a speedy service is always guaranteed. You will be handed a giant menu that has every items and combinations you can think of. It’s nearly unthinkable¬†to find a single dish that your taste buds wouldn’t like. Continue Reading

Amazing Burger – Duluth, GA


Amazing Burger is a tiny Korean owned restaurant that sells sandwiches, wings, fried rices, Philly cheese steaks, and the most important of them all, burgers. Since it’s close to my office and I needed my dosage of grease, I decided to drop by Amazing Burger for lunch. It’s located on Old Norcross Road in front of Kroger so finding it wouldn’t be difficult but finding seats inside is a different story especially around lunch time. The food here are made to order so expect a 5-10 minutes wait.

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Little Bangkok – Atlanta, GA


There’s probably a good reason why they call this restaurant “Little” Bangkok since finding parking is next to impossible with its tiny parking lot where it sits right by the busy street of Cheshire Bridge. I have even seen a couple of people sitting in their car at the gas station next door waiting for diners to leave in order to take their parking spot. Daaaaang, this place must be that good. Once you’re inside, you’ll find that this place is pretty small and Continue Reading