Located on Buford Highway, Food Terminal, which merges Indian, Chinese, Thai, and Singaporea cuisines, offers 156 items on its nearly 50-page menu.
“Going to Food Terminal is like visiting the Disneyland of noodles,” the site said. But there’s more than just noodles to choose from. There’s a variety of delicacies, such as Hainanese chicken, cumin beef skewers, pho, and baja fish tacos.
One of Thrillist’s favorite dishes? It’s the Grandma Wonton BBQ Pork meal, “where lo mein-like noodles are stir-fried in a slightly sweet but umami packed soy sauce-based mixture.”
But the writers didn’t only praise the eatery for its good eats. It also gave it kudos for its decor.
“The restaurant is massive in every sense of the word. The 7,000-square-foot space seats 200 people in fluorescent yellow chairs under soaring ceilings and neon lights,” Thrillist said. “It’s this willingness to draw inspiration from anywhere that makes Food Terminal one of the most exciting restaurants in the country.”
Want to learn more? Take a look at the full review here.