As the DNO noted on Facebook, the city commission is scheduled to approve a liquor license for “Garlic Thai Cuisine & Sushi Bar” at 340 West Ponce de Leon Avenue at Monday’s city commission meeting.
Decatur’s latest business trend seems to be Thai food and heathcare.
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Wow – that makes for four Thai-ish places in a half-mile radius!
More than four, right? I know there’s Siam, E@T, Amaryn’s, and Noodle. I think this would make at least five!
I want Vietnamese
Ditto on the Vietnamese!
Have to agree on the Vietnamese. And I’m not sure Noodle counts as Thai – it’s a little more eclectic Asian, right?
I’m excited – I still haven’t found a Thai place in Decatur that I crave.
Don’t forget about the Saigon Cafe at North Decatur Road. I know next to nothing about Vietnamese food, but this place seems to do a steady business and there always seem to be many tables of folks dining who likely know a lot more about Vietnamese food than I do. I always consider this a good sign. This too is one of those blended Vietnamese/ Thai businesses.
There is also a Community BBQ restaurant next to Bjorniac Indian Fusion. (I have no idea how to spell this).
Why don’t they just get it over with and open a Thai Irish Pub? Seriously, can we please mix it up a little with the cuisine in this town!
Are you suggesting a Thai-rish pub?
Only if the Thai-rish pub specializes in tapas-sized gourmet burgers.
Nothing about a Thai-Sushi place interests me—talk about an overdone concept in the metro area. This sounds like something you’d find in the exurbs. That said, if it is Harry and Son’s, it should be good. To the rest of the clamor I add my call for a Vietnamese place. Indian would be great too, but I suspect the rents would be too high in the downtown area for that cuisine, generally speaking.
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@demanda – that’s why I said “Thai-ish.” Agreed that Noodle’s not really Thai.
Would love some Vietnamese. Mmmmmm bun.
If it’s Harry & Sons, I am excited. While Thai might be a bit overdone in Decatur (and the highlands, midtown, etc.), we don’t have a great Sushi place in Decatur. Sushi Ave. is ok, but far behind the better sushi places in Atlanta. Bring it on!
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