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Best Chinese

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Creative Loafing has been presenting Atlanta's Best People, Places and Events since 1972. These are some of the past winners for this category:

Best Chinese BOA Award Winner

2018 » Oral Pleasures » Readers Pick

Best Chinese BOA Award Winner

2018 » Oral Pleasures » Critics Pick
Ming's BBQ
You've never had 'real' Chinese in America until you've had Ming's BBQ on Buford Highway. The fried rice is not brown nor over-fried and soy-sauced, and it's made with real, freshly sauteed large shrimp, not those tiny, fake-dried, were-they-ever-even-really-alive-shellfishies in other fried rice. Imore...
You've never had 'real' Chinese in America until you've had Ming's BBQ on Buford Highway. The fried rice is not brown nor over-fried and soy-sauced, and it's made with real, freshly sauteed large shrimp, not those tiny, fake-dried, were-they-ever-even-really-alive-shellfishies in other fried rice. I hear the duck is the jam too. less...

Best Chinese BOA Award Winner

2017 » Oral Pleasures » Readers Pick
Golden Buddha Restaurant

Best Chinese BOA Award Winner

2016 » Oral Pleasures » Reader's Pick
And other metro Atlanta locations.

Best Chinese BOA Award Winner

2015 » Oral Pleasures » Critics Pick

Best Chinese BOA Award Winner

2015 » Oral Pleasures » Critics Pick

Best chinese BOA Award Winner

2015 » Oral Pleasures » Readers Pick
And other metro Atlanta locations.

Best chinese BOA Award Winner

2015 » Oral Pleasures » Readers Pick
And other metro Atlanta locations.

Best Chinese BOA Award Winner

2014 » Oral Pleasures » Readers Pick

Best Chinese BOA Award Winner

2013 » Oral Pleasures » Readers Pick

Best Chinese BOA Award Winner

2012 » Oral Pleasures » Readers Pick

Best chinese BOA Award Winner

2011 » Oral Pleasures » Readers Pick
And other metro Atlanta locations.

Best Chinese BOA Award Winner

2010 » Oral Pleasures » Readers Pick

And other metro Atlanta locations.


Runner-up: Chinese Buddha


100 10th St., 404-874-5158; 144 14th St., 404-875-5278

Best Chinese BOA Award Winner

2009 » Oral Pleasures » Critics Pick
Like many Chinese restaurants, TASTY CHINA has gone through numerous chefs and staff changes — the charmingly abrasive hostess Phuong departed this year under mysterious circumstances. But, like a phoenix, the Marietta Szechuan restaurant manages to rise triumphant from every transition. Skipmore...
Like many Chinese restaurants, TASTY CHINA has gone through numerous chefs and staff changes — the charmingly abrasive hostess Phuong departed this year under mysterious circumstances. But, like a phoenix, the Marietta Szechuan restaurant manages to rise triumphant from every transition. Skip the "American" menu and go straight for the good stuff — anything made with Sichuan peppercorns. The french fry-like batons of dry-fried eggplant are as crispy and addictive as ever. The "Shan City chicken" — a pile of boneless or bone-in chicken fried to a crisp with toasted peppercorns and dried red chilis — will have your mouth tingling long after you depart. If the heat is too much to bare, dishes such as the "Slice fish and sour cabbage soup” — a silky and tangy broth swimming with tender pieces of white fish — are mild enough for tamer palates without sacrificing any of the wow factor. 585 Franklin Road, Marietta. 770-419-9849. less...

Best Chinese BOA Award Winner

2009 » Oral Pleasures » Readers Pick

And other metro Atlanta locations.


Runner-up
Tasty China
585 Franklin Road, Marietta, 770-419-9849

Best Chinese BOA Award Winner

2008 » Oral Pleasures » Readers Pick
And multiple metro Atlanta locations.

Best Chinese BOA Award Winner

2008 » Oral Pleasures » Critics Pick
CAFE 101 hasn't had as much attention as some other places, but absolutely deserves its share of the spotlight. Located in the quintessential Buford Highway ruins of a defunct restaurant, this eclectically decorated Taiwanese restaurant serves stellar Szechuan specialties such as chewy Szechuan dan-danmore...
CAFE 101 hasn't had as much attention as some other places, but absolutely deserves its share of the spotlight. Located in the quintessential Buford Highway ruins of a defunct restaurant, this eclectically decorated Taiwanese restaurant serves stellar Szechuan specialties such as chewy Szechuan dan-dan noodles drizzled with a spicy sesame and garlicic-laden sauce, confitlike fish filets with soft tofu in a hot bean sauce packed with fresh ginger, and gigantic mountains of finely shaved ice topped with everything from beans to fresh kiwi. less...

Best Chinese BOA Award Winner

2007 » Oral Pleasures » Readers Pick
Multiple metro Atlanta locations.

Best Chinese BOA Award Winner

2007 » Oral Pleasures » Critics Pick
The much-lauded chef Peter Chang has left TASTY CHINA, but the kitchen staff hasn’t missed a beat. In fact, they’ve introduced a whole new slew of dishes even while retaining the Szechwan favorites that made Tasty China Atlanta’s ultimate foodie destination for Chinese. Trymore...
The much-lauded chef Peter Chang has left TASTY CHINA, but the kitchen staff hasn’t missed a beat. In fact, they’ve introduced a whole new slew of dishes even while retaining the Szechwan favorites that made Tasty China Atlanta’s ultimate foodie destination for Chinese. Try any of chef Liu’s new lamb dishes, or go for any of the old favorites — hot and numbing beef rolls, wontons in chili oil, fish and coriander rolls. There are more delicious dishes on the menu here than you’ll ever have time to eat, so go soon and go often. less...

Best Chinese BOA Award Winner

2006 » Oral Pleasures » Readers Pick
And other metro area locations.

Best Chinese BOA Award Winner

2005 » Oral Pleasures » Readers Pick

Best Chinese BOA Award Winner

2000 » Oral Pleasures » Critics Pick
Although everything is worth trying at the state's best Chinese restaurant, recent platters of heaven included stir-fried mo shu vegetables, sizzling beef brisket, eggplant with garlic sauce, Szechuan cold noodles, meat-stuffed dumplings, whole fish with ginger and scallions, stir-fried green beans andmore...
Although everything is worth trying at the state's best Chinese restaurant, recent platters of heaven included stir-fried mo shu vegetables, sizzling beef brisket, eggplant with garlic sauce, Szechuan cold noodles, meat-stuffed dumplings, whole fish with ginger and scallions, stir-fried green beans and sweet pea leaves with garlic. Portions are huge at the no-nonsense storefront, so go with a crowd. less...

Best Chinese BOA Award Winner

2000 » Oral Pleasures » Readers Pick
A popular, well-financed attempt to mate Chinese cookery with name-brand marketing, this is essentially Houston's or Bennigan's with orange-peel chicken. Service and cooking follow the American casual-chain model. Asian-style decorations (stone horses, reproduction landscape paintings) evoke China andmore...
A popular, well-financed attempt to mate Chinese cookery with name-brand marketing, this is essentially Houston's or Bennigan's with orange-peel chicken. Service and cooking follow the American casual-chain model. Asian-style decorations (stone horses, reproduction landscape paintings) evoke China and the (gong!) mysterious East. The bar can be a lot of fun when there's a wait. The menu features lemon pepper shrimp, Malaysian chicken and Cantonese duck. less...

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