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Tamarind Restaurant Group founder Supichai “Charlie” Niyomkul died on April 5 due to complications from Covid-19. He is remembered for his endless smile, his dedication to his family, and the popular Thai restaurants he leaves behind.
This fall Thai restaurant Chai Yo, from the family behind Tuk Tuk Thai Food Loft and Nan Fine Dining, will take over the former J. Christopher’s space near Himitsu.
Trying foods from different cultures may actually help combat diet fatigue by introducing you to a wider variety of healthy options. Read on for ideas on what to order—and skip—at some of the city’s most popular international restaurants.
I owe a huge debt of gratitude to the Asian community. Atlanta’s adventurous Chinese, Vietnamese, Korean, Malaysian, Indonesian, Japanese, and Indian eateries have saved me from a boredom that otherwise would have broken my spirit over three decades of professional eating.
Thai cuisine, in its truest form, riles the senses. Be it a classic green curry or a jumble of shrimp tossed in a scorching wok with fermented shoots and buds of plants mostly foreign to Western palates, the aromas inundate before the first bite. Smells from the most pungent dishes may slightly repulse before the flavors enchant—the culinary equivalent of how destined lovers behave in a Shakespearean play. Garlic, herbs, chiles, and lime ripple over the taste buds. Coconut calms the heat in spicy preparations from the coastal south. Hearty sausages and salads from the rugged, mountainous north bolster appetites.