Reviews on Asian food in Vinings, Georgia, United States. Vinings is a census-designated place in Cobb County, Georgia, United States, just across the Chattahoochee River from Atlanta. As of the 2010 census, the CDP had a total population of 9,734. A part of the Vinings, Smyrna, Cumberland (VSC) area, it is located between the affluent West Paces Ferry section of Buckhead in northwest Atlanta, and suburban Smyrna in Cobb County, adjacent to the Cumberland Mall. The U.S. Postal Service assigns both “Atlanta” to the ZIP code (30339) that includes Vinings (area of Cobb County between Intrastate 285 and the Chattahoochee River..
3 based on 204 reviews
P.F. Chang's is a restaurant concept that honors the 2,000-year-old Asian tradition of wok cooking and believes in making food from scratch every day in every restaurant. With a Farm to Wok food philosophy at its core, P.F. Chang's chefs hand-roll dim sum
The food was okay. Nothing wrong with it, but nothing special either. When we arrived, the hostess was smacking gum. We had a reservation, but she could not find it. The chair at our table was sticky -- luckily we saw that before we sat down. It took 45 minutes from the time we ordered to get our food. The waitress apologized (she was very friendly) and said the manager would be over to talk to us. I thought he would give us a discount. Instead he just asked, barely audible, "How is everything?" We lied and said, "Fine." I expected him to continue with an apology and maybe some sort of compensation; he just walked away. The table next to us also dealt with slow service and an order not completed correctly.
4 based on 99 reviews
I was recently in the area looking for a quick meal and HC came up as a highly rated Chinese option in the area. Located at the end of a strip mall, HC is an unassuming spot. Service is very attentive and helpful. Portions are large so there is likely to be some to take home, or to share, or to fill up the hungry. I went with the mixed vegetables and chicken in a spicy brown sauce. It was tasty! The chicken was white meat mixed with plenty of vegetables in a mildly spicy sauce. I added in a bit of spicy mustard to get it to the heat I wanted. My colleague ordered the Kung Po chicken and she also enjoyed her meal but it was a lot of food. Prices were reasonable and we were happy after our meal. The staff all thanked us for coming in and we went off to our next meeting.
4 based on 53 reviews
Had a nice lunch combo. Sushi slices were a tad bit bigger (thicker) than I am used to. Still very delicious. Had lots of variety and numerous selections that included pan seared or panko fried choices. Glad I came here.
4 based on 71 reviews
Itâs clear this place has a strong local following. I was alone and ordering some sushi to go, and EVERYONE who walked in said hello to the hostess and sushi chef by name. The chef was also making custom sushi by asking what customers wanted. I was very impressed by the food. I had a tuna poke type app with mango on a rice cracker and two rolls. Delicious and everyone was extremely friendly! Next time Iâm in town, Iâll be back!
4 based on 18 reviews
Fortunately, China Moon delivers! The process is fast and easy and delivery is usually within 30-45 minutes. We've never been disappointed with anything we've ordered, but a some favorites stand out. The fresh basil rolls and dipping sauce are delicious and packed with healthy goodness. Mongolian Beef, Moo Goo Gai Pan, the Teriyaki Dinners and Pepper Steak are especially delicious.
4 based on 137 reviews
From Red Restaurant Ventures and the original founder of The Real Chow Baby, Big Chow Grill is the next step in the evolution of American Stir-Fry. Big Chow Grill offers more fresh vegetables, more seafood options and more local ingredients. Same great va
My family and I have eaten at Big Chow four-five times. Given that it is a Mongolian Barbecue style restaurant, the food options donât really change from one time to the next, inasmuch as it is totally up to the diner regarding which ingredients they use for their meal. The options for ingredients are quite varied so that you can concoct completely different meals every time you go through the preparation line. This is an all you can eat restaurant, and thus a great value. Food preparation and service are always quick. Also, this is an excellent choice for a restaurant to eat at before or after a baseball game at SunTrust Park.
4 based on 66 reviews
We stopped here for an early dinner before the ballet. My husband and I started off with the Texas Margarita ($10 ea). They were really good.We ordered the Shrimp Dumplings ($4.95) as an appetizer. Fresh, flavorful!For entrees, we ordered the Masaman Shrimp ($18.95) and the Sambal Udang ($17.95). Both were really, really good! I loved how rich the Masaman tasted, and the Sambal was HOT.Excellent service too. Clean restaurant and bathroom. Free strip mall parking in front with just a little walk. Strongly recommend.
4 based on 44 reviews
After Tomo moved to Buckhead, there is another Japanese Restaurant in this spot named HOKI Japanese Restaurant with the same phone number (770) 690-0555
My wife and I have been frequenting this wonderful place for about 5 years, and we always have a wonderful experience. The menu is extensive, but not overly complicated. The staff is extremely friendly and hospitable, They always remember us and enjoy chatting about what's happening. The sushi is excellent! We like this place better than MF Sushi in Inman Park and better than the acclaimed Umi in Buckhead. Although Hoki is not fancy, the vibe is good and the sushi is fresh and well-executed! Enjoy!
4 based on 63 reviews
In search of Thai food at lunch, I found this hidden gem in the nearby Kroger shopping center near my office. The Thai Fried Rice combo is excellent and is almost too much food, which provided leftovers for lunch the next day. Service is attentive and overall value is very good. A new and frequent lunch stop for me now.
4 based on 144 reviews
Orient Express is brilliant. The food is excellent, the presentation is exciting, and the restaurant is professional and family friendly. If you go, you really need to experience the presentation at the tables where the chef cooks for you. It is an art show with great food.The important point here is the food really is very very good.Parking is free but limited - go and enjoy.
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