Asian Street Food at Atlanta’s Food Terminal

Asian Street Food at Atlanta’s Food Terminal

Thank you to Food Terminal for hosting us. As always all thoughts and opinions shared are 100% my own.

A few weeks back I enjoyed some quality girl time with fellow blogger friends of mine. We all met online through the blogging community and decided to get together in Atlanta for a short girls weekend. We left our families and crammed in some of the best ATL eats and sights.
One of the places we were most excited to try was the Food Terminal.

Why? The food is different from most Asian restaurants you may normally go to. The concept inspired by Asian street food; mainly Malaysian food was more amazing than we could have imagined.

Owner Amy started selling street-style noodles in Malaysia at age 15, and she and Howie movies to USA to pursue dreams of being entrepreneurs. They now have this huge, beautiful and colorful place to call their own.

The atmosphere is minimalistic with highlights of neon. The resultant was busy but spacious enough to accommodate many patrons and the wait staff was amazing. The staff was also very accommodating. Our waitress was diligent to get accurate info regarding food allergies and making sure we got the right dishes for those in a party who couldn’t have certain foods.

Ipoh chicken & Shrimp Ho Fun great nut free option and gluten free if asking for absence of fish cakes.

Here are some others we tried:

Garlic bone marrow
Kari spare rib noodle soup
Curry chicken
Grandma wonton BBQ pork

So guys I highly suggest if you are in the Atlanta area, come and try Food Terminal. There is a large menu and I’m sure the staff will help you find a perfect dish to try.


XO Eryka

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