With Atlanta’s iconic Buford Highway running right through Chamblee, it’s no wonder that this northeast Atlanta city is a great destination for foodies. You can find an array of diverse local restaurants serving up all different types of cuisine. Find the best restaurants in Chamblee here.
Food Terminal reflects Malaysia’s diverse culinary cuisine, drawing influence from India Guang Zhou, Hokkien, Teochew, and Hakka provinces. Their menu features a variety of Asian street foods, but with a heavy emphasis on Malaysian cuisine. Try their Garlic Bone Marrow, Kari Checkin Noodle Soupe, or Grandma Wonton BBQ Pork. Food Terminal’s original location on Buford Highway in Chamblee is one of the best places to get Asian food in Atlanta.
Lee’s Bakery is a well-known and loved Vietnamese restaurant along Buford Highway in Chamblee. Since 2006, this restaurant has been serving Atlanta some of the best Vietnamese sandwiches and noodles, and they were even named a front runner for best bánh mì in America by the New York Times. In addition to bánh mì and pho, Lee’s Bakery also serves vermicelli noodle dishes and rice dishes.
Located in an old factory, Southbound is a Southern eatery with a vintage wooden bar and a farm-fresh menu. Southbound is the place to go when you are looking for a cute, local spot with a unique ambiance and delicious home-style food. Dine on creative Southern comfort food like smoked short rib or the popular hot chicken sandwich. You will definitely want to end your meal with the Butterscotch Blondie Sundae for the perfect dessert.
Hopstix is an Asian fusion brewpub inspired by the Indonesian food scene. Founder and brewmaster Andy Tan teamed up with executive chef Dony Raymond to deliver Southeastern Asian culinary influences to the Atlanta area. The Hopstix menu consists of a variety of flavorful dishes, including robata skweres, ramen, a raw bar, and tempura. This restaurant also features beer expertly crafted onsite.
Mamak Vegan Kitchen
Mamak Vegan Kitchen on Buford Highway in Chamblee offers a taste of true Malaysian cooking with a vegan and vegetarian twist. Owned by the same team behind the Mamak in Doraville, this café is inspired by Malaysian street food stalls, but with a fully vegan, plant-based menu. Their dishes use only the freshest ingredients and are cooked with care. Their menu features meatless dishes like the Beyond Rendang, Lemak Curry, Olive Fried Rice, Ancient Meat Sweet & Sour, and Coconut Soup.
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