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Favourite Dishes from 2013

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SJMDownunder Dec 12, 2013 05:51 AM

I was hoping to get some discussion going about people's favorite dishes from 2013. Here are some of my favorites, in no particular order....

Pastrami and Egg Sandwich -- The General Muir
Chicken Biscuit -- Empire State South
Coppa & Cheese Biscuit; Apple Pastry -- The Little Tart Bake Shop

Charred Octopus Salad; Candied Lamb Belly -- King + Duke
Smoked Trout; Fried Artichoke -- KR SteakBar
Beef Pies (Empanadas) -- Abattoir

Shrimp Po Boy; Sausage Biscuit -- Star Provisions
Philly Cheese Steak -- Nemoes Tavern (Norcross)

Madai Carpaccio -- Umi
Serrano Kampachi; Tsukiji Market Nigiri or Sashimi -- Tomo
Kondo Box -- Sushi Huku

Kabobs; Fava/Dill Basmati; Sautéed Garbanzo Beans -- Rumi's Kitchen
Bot Chien -- Nam Phuong
Banchan (with Bibimbap or Galbi) -- Woo Nam Jeong Stone Bowl House
Octopus & Mortadella Spiedino; Black Spaghetti -- Boccalupo
Fromaggio Calzoni -- Antico Pizzeria
Crunchy Gentleman w/egg; Burger; Skillet Corn; Deviled Eggs -- H&F

Salted Carmel Ice Cream -- Morelli's
Ice Cream Sandwiches -- Miller's Union
Cheese Service -- Bacchanalia

What are some of your favorites?

  1. jboeke Dec 12, 2013 10:38 AM

    Farm Egg - Empire State South
    Mussels - Seven Lamps

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      rcburli Dec 12, 2013 11:49 AM

      I had ridiculously good oysters at Cakes and Ale.

      1. re: rcburli
        ted Dec 13, 2013 07:59 AM

        I ate at Kimball House for the first time earlier this week. I was impressed with their super-long oyster list. Really good, but not cheap. And no Apalachicola oysters, which I realize are in short supply now but I think it's maybe a bit pretentious to not have in the cold months when they're so close and yummy.

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        SJMDownunder Dec 12, 2013 01:25 PM

        The Farm Egg at ESS is awesome -- I forgot about it....

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        GNMinATL Dec 14, 2013 06:20 AM

        And I thought I have tried a lot of places in ATL... you have me beat by a long shot. I'll use your list to check out some of your favorite. I'm a particular fan of Asian food and enjoy both Vietnamese and Korean etc.
        Also someone mention oysters at the K-House in Decatur, I also wonder why no ATL restaurants serve Appalachacolas!

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          bobstripower Dec 14, 2013 07:23 AM

          Osso Bucco Priccis
          Bone-in Ribeye McKendricks
          Crispy Beef at Gus
          Melon Shrimp Gus
          Flank Steak at Sababas

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