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  • Yeng Jing

    All in all, this place had some points against it and some for it. The pros: the portions were good, the selection was good, and the quality was satisfactory. The cons: the place was a little dirty and a little dubious. I made the mistake at looking at the side of the tablecloth that was draping down in front of me; it was disgusting.

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  • Madras Chettinaad in Alpharetta

    Madras Chettinaad

    Everything was tasty, but the two standouts in my opinion were the madras masala grilled fish and the chole bhatura. I can’t say that I’d ever seen a fish dish in an indian restaurant before coming to Madras Chettinaad, and there were a couple to choose from. The fish was absolutely to die for. It was cooked perfectly; blackened on the outside and succulent on the inside, and coated in delicious spices – imagine a more exotic and complicated chili and lime kind of thing. Simply amazing. A 5-star dish.

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  • Gio’s Chicken Amalfitano in Atlanta

    Gio’s Chicken Amalfitano

    Overall, the Giovanni empire is a great thing for food lovers as its no frills, delicious food presented in a casual and welcoming atmosphere. It is exactly what the Atlanta food scene needs more of.

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  • Caffé Gio

    Overall, the Giovanni empire is a great thing for food lovers as its no frills, delicious food presented in a casual and welcoming atmosphere. It is exactly what the Atlanta food scene needs more of.

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  • Sobban

    Between the hubs and I, and my five coworkers we had a 2.5 star rating, two 3.5 stars, and four 4 stars, for a rounded average of 4 stars. Plan to wait and be crowded and rush if you go now, but even if you give Sobban some time, be sure to give it a try. It's a special little fusion joint in a special little building and I wish it good luck!

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  • Chicago Supermarket

    This experience was kind of sad given some of the glowing reviews I've read from years past. Even the photos seem to be glimpses into a brighter, quirkier, and tastier alternate-universe Chicago Supermarket. Perhaps we are just totally clueless gringos. Perhaps we should have come earlier in the day. Perhaps Chicago Supermarket is past it's peak.

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  • Annie's Thai Castle in Atlanta

    Annie's Thai Castle

    I didn't have my socks knocked off by Annie's Thai Castle, but I enjoyed reasonably-priced and well-made mainstream american thai food. I'm not sure if Annie's has seen a decline since the hype that I have picked up on over the year, or if I am just missing something obvious. Either way, I'm okay with it because (finally) when coworkers ask for suggestions for lunch, I can whip out Annie's as an affordable alternative to some of Buckhead's other offerings. 3 stars.

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  • Taqueria El Rey Del Taco in Atlanta

    Taqueria El Rey Del Taco

    Adam and I think that Taqueria El Rey Del Taco is a lot like your typical pay-a-little-get-a-lot mexican joint, but while the majority of those places sacrifice quality to achieve the price point, the quality of the food here is higher than that average. Despite having heard good things about it already, we were still pleasantly surprised.

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  • Honey Bits

    Unfortunately, all four pastries we tried tasted basically the same: sweet bread with slight hint of X flavor. The drinks are the same price as Quickly, a little cheaper than Sweet Hut, but I wasn't thrilled with my Blueberry Milk Tea. The boba was off: it tasted too much like its own thing and didn't blend well with the drink.

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  • Kevin Rathbun Steak in Atlanta

    Kevin Rathbun Steak

    We tried a variety of dishes (this being a small plate place), steered clear of alcohol, and still managed a $160 bill. Here’s what we had...

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