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The Iberian Pig – Modern Spanish tapas take the spotlight in Decatur

Recently, Decatur has been our favorite dine-out area place in Atlanta. Though it takes a bit of driving to get there from Midtown, we definitely think places like this make it worthwhile. Iberian Pig is a small eatery located in the heart of Decatur Square serving pork-eccentric tapas and entrees. The indulging Spanish flavors accompanied with the lively, modern American setting make this a great weekend brunch spot for groups of friends. For our couple readers, this place is also...

THE LUMINARY – Explore Seafood heaven inside Krog’s Market

Resides in the Krog Street Market, The Luminary is a French-American brasserie that sells interesting, sophisticated but approachable dishes. A combination of both classic and modern, The Luminary possesses the vibe of sophistication but casual dining. There are cool decoration elements here and there, like a neon cursive sign behind the raw bar, a large antique-style mirror atop the bar, and a bunch of white ceiling lights that look very artsy. Some tables are dressed in white linen while others...

Tea House Formosa – Explore the Art of Oriental Tea

We’re tea lovers and tea believers. Tea to us is more than just a drink – it’s a spiritual experience, a constant ritual of our lives. Putting on the kettle and spooning some tea leaves into the diffuser are the first few things that we do in the morning after waking up. Then the afternoon comes around and we find ourselves sipping on another fragrant cup of tea. It’s these moments of tea drinking that allow us to slow down,...

Ton Ton Restaurant – Japanese Ramen in Ponce City Market

We first knew of Guy Wong – Atlanta’s rising chef- through Miso Izakaya and then got our heart hooked by Le Fat, so it was inevitable that we just couldn’t wait to pay a visit to Ton Ton since it’s Wong’s third restaurant establishment – another great one we must admit. Being the only Japanese eatery in Ponce City Market, it manages to easily capture our eyes on the first round. You can either choose to dine in at a regular table setting or...

The 5 best coffee stores in Midtown Atlanta

Coffee. It’s the vital thing for most people every morning. Drinking coffee is a habit; it makes you alerted, even smelling it makes your adrenaline run wild. But not for us. Once in a while, we take a sip of coffee just because of the feel of it- goodness, relaxation, and freedom. We enjoy sipping coffee because its bitterly alluring taste and irresistible fragrance. But above all, sipping a cup of coffee makes us feel on top of the world....

5 best bubble tea places in Atlanta

America is a coffee country. But for years, bubble tea has been taking its footstep into the cornerstone of modern American life. The Taiwanese invention first got its start in the 1980s with purely tapioca pearls in a glass of iced sweetened tea. Overtime, bubble tea has advanced to milk tea, flavored tea and though tapioca pearls, or ‘boba’, still play a big role in each cup, we’re now free to add other toppings such as fruit jelly or aloe...

AH-MA’S – Bringing Grandma Comfort Food to Midtown ( + Ubereats Review)

Taiwan, a 14, 000 miles square island lies neatly in the Southeast of China, has never been small when it comes to cuisine. Home to bubble tea, pineapple cake, lurou fan and countless other world-famous dishes, Taiwan is really famous for their ingenious food. Originally, Taiwanese food embodies different cuisines influenced by nearby neighbors such as China and Japan. However, what makes Taiwanese food truly stand out is how they manage to put their unique touch on each dish with...

KANG NAM – The Korean take on Japanese Combo Meals

Kang Nam has been a reputable Korean-run Japanese restaurant in the Northern area of Atlanta since 1970. Especially right now, Kang Nam has exactly what it needs for a Japanese foodie adventure. It is located on Buford Highway, nestled a couple hundred feet from the main road. From the outside, the place looks simple with square-glass windows, a typical design of Northeast Asia. Its semicircular banners features koi fishes, which instantly creates a relaxing ambience. The storefront also has ample...

LE FAT – Romantic place for Rustic French-Vietnamese cuisines

Vietnam is a small S-shaped country located geographically right below China in South East Asia. Border to the west lies its brothers Laos and Cambodia. The east and south are covered by the Pacific Ocean. Strategic location, the country’s cuisine does not only spread to its brothers, but also adopts some foreign elements to its tradition. However, the country’s most popular food comes from the rustic and simple street food. Go to Vietnam and you’ll see, Pho, Banh mi (Vietnamese...

Oriental Pearl Seafood Restaurant – Dim Sum Heaven

Once in a while, my girlfriend gets bored with the food she cooks. That’s normal, even a top-notch chef needs to take break from his own kitchen, to go out and get inspirations sometimes. So does she. But this time, she craves for something that I’m certainly wasn’t expecting: Chinese food. Echoing the term makes me reluctant to go. Don’t get me wrong. Chinese food is one of the best cuisines out there with so much flavors and depth. What...