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09/15/2012
By: allen.keele
Yebo
The obvious comparison is to the Twist near door. Limited menu is appetizers, salads and small plates. Maybe 15 wines. 1 Cab that I remember.Tried the pork terrine. Vacuum of taste, even with chutney sauces. Literally sucked the expected flavor from my imagination. Tried the pork samosas on waiter's recommendation. Same tasteless shredded boiled pork, but deep fried in filo dough in greasy limp turnovers. Wish he would have advised me I was ordering the same meat twice in a row. Tried the beet salad since its hard to screw up this dish. Got a dome of diced beets with fruits and goat cheese. Get a real beet salad at Barcelona's in Virginia Highlands.The atmosphere was nice; the service on par for a buckhead joint. Loud music outside from cheap speakers like nails on a chalkboard - at 4:00PM. Need to get better sound system, or make the music background to conversation.Yebo needs to step up to the plate and deliver, or die next to Twist like the last place there.
06/27/2016
By: Emily D.
Callie's Hot Little Biscuit
Pimento Cheese Biscuit with Bacon & Eggs– $7- I loved this biscuit! The biscuit was crunchy on the outside and soft on the inside and was filling! I also really liked that pepper was used on the egg because it really added to the overall flavor!You can also try three little biscuits for $5!Pimento Cheese Sandwich-$4- My friend got this sandwich & thought it was great! The bread on this sandwich was crunchy.Black Pepper Bacon Biscuit– $4- This was such a unique biscuit. I tried this biscuit and personally wouldn’t get it over other options. I wish it was served with gravy over it or something because it was a little plain on its own.Cinnamon Biscuit– $4- If you liked sweets, then I recommend the cinnamon biscuit!Callie’s Hot Little Biscuit is a pretty small place so I would recommend going in the morning on a week day if you can. There’s pretty limited seating so going on a weekday would help! FYI parking is on the street and paid at a meter.
09/20/2016
By: Milla W.
Southern Art & Bourbon Bar
I visited on a Sunday where the restaurant promotes their Sunday Dinner. It features 3 courses for $25 pp with a 4-person minimum. It is a great deal for all that you get. We enjoyed for the starter the pimento cheese with house made crackers and the most delicious fried green tomatoes. It can be difficult to fry them without the batter falling off but these were perfect. The entree we enjoyed the grilled salmon and the fried chicken. Both were great and the fried chicken tastes like grandma made it. The sides included collard greens and the creamiest mac and cheese Ive had in a long time. To end the night, we indulged in the chocolate cake and coconut cake. Our server Sokat was knowledgeable and friendly and made sure that we had everything that we needed. The ambiance could be considered upscale with lots of art. Be sure to look up at the ceiling and admire all of the art work that is hanging from above.
10/18/2016
By: Candyce V.
Taki Japanese Restaurant
Our group had such an amazing dining experience at Taki! The service was impeccable from the moment we walked in the restaurant. We had a few drinks at the bar while we waited for the rest of our party to arrive. The Hubs had the Jim Jones and I had the Mango Mai Tai...both were very potent (just the way we like it)! Once we sat down, we shared the rock shrimp (tempura fried), rock scallops, and rock beef. The last two were cooked on hot rocks at our table, and were flavorful and fun to prepare. We ordered a variety of entrees, from hibachi to sushi. I had the Rainbow and Bubba Gump rolls. I enjoyed both thoroughly. Everyone loved their meals as well. We ate and drank more than we'd planned, but it made for a very fun evening.Steve--the general manager--and our server Michelle were wonderful during our entire visit. We'll all definitely be back to visit soon.
06/28/2016
By: Emily D.
Minero
We started out by ordering the Queso Fundido ($9) which is roasted poblano cheese and chorizo, served with handmade corn tortillas. This was absolutely amazing. We basically made little enchiladas with the corn tortillas and it was delicious. This appetizer comes with 6 corn tortillas so it was plenty to split amongst two people. I am personally a huge fan of corn tortillas and loved the flavor that these had.For our entree, Morgan and I each got two tacos. Now keep in mind that these are really small compared to tacos you’re probably used to like at restaurants like On The Border. These tacos are about 4 inches in diameter. However, Minero really stuffs these with ingredients so we were full after eating our tacos! My favorite taco is the Al Pastor. The chilaquiles is my favorite dish in Atlanta!
08/24/2016
By: Candyce V.
Ton Ton
Ramen is all the rage now, and Ton Ton is one of the newest restaurants to serve this dish in Atlanta. I decided to pop in while I was at Ponce City Market, and I'm glad I did. I ordered the Hakata Tonkotsu Classic Ramen, which was a treat. I loved the pretty bowl and almost didn't want to eat it (but I was starving, so of course I dug in soon after it was served). The broth was flavorful, and the ingredients were fresh.My only complaint is that my seat at the ramen bar was shaky. I thought I was going to fall a few times. Next time, I'd sit in the dining area...it seemed more quiet and nicer in that area anyway. Other than this, I can't wait to get back.Note: As of the date of this review, they did not have their liquor license. But check out the fun soda and tea options in the meantime!
08/18/2016
By: Jennifer C.
Double Zero Napoletana
Amazing food, service, wines, and other spirits. The best lobster (I had gluten free pasta) I have ever had in Atlanta. The large plump scallops are piled in a bed of diced summer squash, corn, and other fresh seasonal vegetables. The intricately meat and cheese tray was perfect for a lighter snack with the various tasty worldly wines. The charred octopus in a pesto smear accompanied by mixed veges and seasonings tantalized my taste buds and had me wanting more. In addition to the amazing wines I sampled one of the smoothest tequilas I have had in years. Matt our bartender/server provided us with A+ service. Although they are relocating because of my amazing experience I will definitely make sure I take the trip to their new location in the Decatur area.
09/12/2016
By: Abby B.
Poor Calvin's
Romantic (check), good food (check), easy find, reasonable wait, plenty parking, not too crowded & noisy ehhh not quite mastered. I enjoyed the service, the food, and the ambience! My lover and I dined here for Valentine's Day and it instantly became one of our favorite restaurants. We adore the eclectic style and personable staff. The menu is absolutely amazing but heavy do come prepared to chow. We've tasted half the menu and we've yet to be disappointed. The coconut shrimp, jumbo crab cake, lobster wontons, lobster fried rice, it's all very delicious! I can't recommend just one dish. The place is pricey but it's a great experience since it's an "absolute fusion" spot. You get all your cuisine favorites in one place. You will be impressed!
08/06/2016
By: Jennifer C.
True Food Kitchen
This restaurant is true to its name. Fresh seasonal ingredients with rustic, open air space, large restaurant keep this Buckhead eatery busy throughout the day. The staff is friendly, hospitable, and optimistic. The servers know how to keep on top of handling their tables without seeming pushy or rude when you are crunched for time. The salads are largely portioned to ensure you are paying a good price for what you are getting. Decently sized proteins accompany colorful plates of various salads and mixes. The menu notates vegetarian, glutem free, and spicy cuisines. Eating here shows that eating out can still be healthy and good for you, even if you do decide to have a craft cocktail, beer, or wine at their large wooden bar.
12/17/2009
By: tjpino
Agave Restaurant
Had dinner at Agave for the first time last week and was pleased with the food, drink and service. To echo another post, the margarita's are excellent (pay a little extra for the bartender's favorite as it's incredibly smooth). Sound levels are reasonable as they have several different rooms. Per the server's recommendation, I had the beef tenderloins which were very good but did have a little peppery kick. The mashed potatoes and green beans were fine but nothing wondeful. I had a sizeable piece of key lime pie that was very good and fresh.If possible, I would have given Agave a 3.5 but the margarita's pushed it to 4 starts. Wouldn't rush back but will go back as we had a good experience with good food.
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