Chef Nicholas Stinson and Chef Allen Suh
Cha-Mushi, athens duck egg, scallion, shisito, steam
Miso Soup, chive, burdock, shiso, true dashi
Green Salad, escarole, roast shiitake, spicy lotus root pickle, umeboshi plum dressing
Okonomi Yaki, octopi, cabbage, kewpie, happy brown sauce
Vertical Radish Salad, myriad radish, purple kale, yuzu tofu dressing, matcha powder
Pork Belly Mochi, japanese mustard, scallion oil
Sashimi, real wasabi, sudachi ponsu, shiso rice crispy paper
Oxtail Beef Goyza, dumpling, natto, chive, yuzu-kosho dipping vinegar
Peppers with bonito flakes
Ramen,Tonkotsu, pork bone broth, scallion, pork belly, bamboo, corn, egg
Ramen, shiitake, shiitake broth, scallion, nori, bamboo, edamame, spinach, corn
A little bit of everything? Sure, why not.. With all the dishes being $10 or less, was able to order one of everything and paid less than $100 (that includes tax/tip) for two fairly big eaters. Went on a Tuesday and had a great time; both Chef Stinson Chef Suh was able to talk on each dish’s preparation, how fun!! One thing we didn’t take advantage of was the BYOB, available but we were so hungry that even a short hop away from the Candler Park Market to buy some sake was taxing.
Favorite eat would have to be the Pork belly mochi. What a different take on what I’ve typically had sweet. Also, the Cha-Mushi was really delicate and delicious.
Gato Arigato (information gathered 2/2013)
1660 McLendon Ave NE
Atlanta, GA 30307
Mon, Tues 7:00 – 11:00pm
Wed – Sun Closed
Side street parking near and around the neighborhood.
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