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Atlanta’s Global Flavors — Delta Magazine

November 1st, 2015

Professionally trained cooks are opening modern international equivalents that rely on the chef-drive techniques that diners have come to love
(locally sourced, organically grown, made-in-house everything and contemporary cooking techniques). Cuisines that were once limited to the outskirts of the city are now taking root in the rapidly developing neighborhoods of Decatur (such as Indian street-food spot Chai Pani), Inman Park and Old Fourth Ward (Japanese cuisine is abundant here and you can’t go wrong with Craft Izakaya inside Krog Street Market, nearby MF Sushi or Guy Wong’s Miso Izakaya just across the bridge), The Westside (Wong’s stunning French-Vietnamese Le Fat is one of the premier chef drive Vietnamese in-town restaurants) and event ritzy Buckhead (from South African ostrich sliders at Yebo to world-class sushi and small plates at Umi). DOWNLOAD ARTICLE

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