Econo Lodge Stone Mountain
1820 Mountain Ind. Blvd.
Tucker, GA 30084
Phone: (770) 939-8440
Fax: (770) 934-1575
Main Moon is a great choice if you’re looking for a Chinese meal in Tucker. Showcasing flavors from the Shang Dynasty, specialties on their menu are prepared with fresh ingredients, authentic recipes and minus any MSG. Classics like chow mein, stir-fries, dumplings and wontons are favorites while Teriyaki Chicken, Hibachi Beef and Hunan Delight deserve a special mention. Guests have the option to dine in or take out their selections.
Technique at Le Cordon Bleu - Atlanta is where cheflings turn into masterchefs. Run and managed by the university's students, the elegant restaurant serves contemporary French cuisine with the warmth of Southern hospitality. Expect creative dishes that are not only a visual delight but also appealing to the palate.
A neighborhood restaurant & bakery, The Village Corner blends a country ambiance with excellent German cuisine to deliver a memorable dining experience. The decor may be elemental but all the value goes on the plate and Executive Chef Carl Friese whips up a fantastic fare of authentic German and Continental specialties like Gruyere Spaetzle, Schwine Haxe (Pork Osso Bucco), Rouladen, Jaeger Schnitzel and Sauerbraten. A good selection of German beers perfectly complements the menu selections. Baked items from their bakery section are also delivered at doorstep and efficient take-out and catering services are also offered. Overall, the experience is definitely worth trying for anyone who wants to sample German cuisine without burning a hole in the pocket.
Northlake Thai Cuisine is a hidden gem in an unknown shopping center and is a contrasting image to its location. The menu sees a good range of dishes varying from beef to lobster made in Thai style. Try the Massaman or panang curry with chicken or beef, pork or jumbo shrimp and you will know that it has struck a higher note than the usual ones. To finish off, relish the mango ice cream from the dessert section. They do have an improvised wine list now, so you can have a nice glass of wine to tipple on with your meal.
Bambinelli's Restaurant is a Bronx-family-owned eatery is a perfect choice for pizza or a little something more, whether you're alone or with the whole crew. The ambiance is casual, with plenty of cozy booths and the clattering sound of dishes coming from the exposed kitchen. On Saturdays, there's a live organist belting out Italian tunes and Sinatra melodies. For fair weather dining, a small patio is provided. All your favorite Italian specialties are accounted for, plus some of the best pizza to be found outside of New York. Beer and wine only.
A family business, this small restaurant offers authentic Colombian food for very reasonable prices. A small, cozy atmosphere is created by the family treatment the owners and employees afford their customers. The menu features authentic food, including Pechuga de pollo a la plancha, Mini Bandeja and various plantain preparations. An excellent selection of tropical fruit drinks is available. Enjoy a Latin fare at Patacon Pisa'O.
Just northeast of Atlanta, in Lilburn, this barbecue joint was the genesis of the other joint in Roswell, putting its time and effort where its mouth is, and recognizing that the sauce is the key. Spiced Right wouldn't qualify as a barbecue restaurant if it were too fancy, but the dining room is nicer than many. Few frills, of course, just a cool, comfortable place to wolf down gorgeous barbecues. Ribs, pulled beef,pork and barbecue chicken are all on the menu, and their sauces are renowned. Enjoy a delicious meal at Spiced Right Smokehouse BBQ.
True to its name, Thai Restaurant offers an authentic glimpse into the Thai culinary heritage. Their dining room is lined with bamboo panels offering the perfect backdrop for Chicken Satay, Ginger Fish and Shrimp Roll specialties.
If you like your Thai food hot, try the dishes at Siamese Basil, where each entree is specially made to the taste of the diner. Choose between very mild, mild, medium hot and Thai hot, but be careful, because even the mild dishes are pretty spicy. Each entree is served with a salad and soup or a spring roll. For your main course, try the lamb chops with basil sauce or Phad Phad (fried catfish served in a basil sauce).
Chef Tieng Nguyen and her son David introduce Norcross to the culinary heritage of Vietnam. Their restaurant is named in honor of the country’s last reigning queen, Nam Phuong. On the menu are cuisine staples made from traditional recipes and fresh ingredients. Select from pan fried noodles or rice porridge that complement specialties like shrimps sauteed with lemongrass curry, coconut milk and vegetables; spare ribs; shaking beef; and tofu in black bean sauce. A visit here is a delight for the food epicurean indeed.
Reminiscent of roadside restaurants that is found in the Asian sub-continent, Chinese Dhaba is a unique blend of Indo-Chinese cuisine that is so unlike traditional Chinese food. An amalgamation of Indian spices and herbs is used to flavor the Chinese dishes resulting in creations like chicken lollipop, chicken 65 and Chinese bhel. This fusion fare served here is spicy and packed with flavor, and is very affordable. End your meal with the kulfi - a delicious Indian ice cream. Visit Chinese Dhaba for if you are looking for something different.
Pappadeaux Seafood Kitchen is a chain of seafood restaurants with a nationwide presence. Specialties on their menu include Fried Calamari, Shrimp Creole and Grits, Crawfish Etouffee and Atlantic Salmon Yvette.