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749 Moreland Ave SE, Atlanta, GA | Directions 3031633.733596 -84.349976
Mon-Thu 11:30am-3pm; 5pm-10pm
Fri 11:30am-3pm; 5pm-11pm
Neighborhoods: Eastside, Eastside, Ormewood Park
Perfect food and great service – This was the first restaurant I have tried since moving here from NYC. I expected the food to be decent from the reviews but I was blown away.
I started off with the scallop appetizers which were pretty good. The only complaint is the texture, they are a little rubbery and you can tell they have been frozen, but the sauce was delicious and helped me over look frozen texture.
For my entree I had Green Curry and it was some of the best curry I have had. I could smell the spice curry aroma from my plate. Not only did the green curry taste great but it was presented beautifully. I think next time I will try the panang or the ginger stir fry. My wife had the cashew stir fry which was delicious but I still like my green curry more.
Now part of the experience is the service and I had no complaints. Actually, if I could take the server we had (samantha) to every restaurant that me and my wife went to, then I would be completely content. She was very knowledgeable and anticipated our every need.
The restaurant looks great but the music is a little to loud. I could barely hear my wife, probably because we were under some speakers.
Lets just say Spoon made a regular out of me.
The Eastside version of Atlanta's underground Thai jewel. – In Short
Expense-account suits in Midtown have Nan Thai Fine Dining. Up-and-coming, youthful foodies who have the palate but not the wallet, have Spoon. Tucked into a mixed-use complex just down Moreland from East Atlanta Village, this modern space mirrors its sister Westside location and boasts the same ridiculously good menu. Veggie potstickers are interestingly steamed then fried, but tofu corn cakes steal the app show. The curries all pop with extraordinary flavor and richness while the seafood (soft-shell crab, tilapia) is carefully and delicately presented. The menu welcomes Thai novices but still impresses Buford Highway experts. It’s approachable. yet the subtle complexities will wow those in the know.
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