Gwinnett Restaurant Week
Try International Cuisine During Gwinnett Restaurant Week
Gwinnett's got a lot of great international dining, and we want to make sure you get a chance to try it.
One type of cuisine in particular that's shown a lot of growth over the last several years is Asian food. We've got great Korean, Japanese, Chinese, Thai, Vietnamese and more. During Gwinnett Restaurant Week, taking place July 16-20, you can try some of these outstanding dishes.
A favorite among many, Breaker's Korean BBQ will return to GRW this year, and they're offering their signature all-you-can-eat Korean BBQ. If you haven't been to Breaker's, or you have and just really love it, you should definitely take advantage of this promotion. See what else they're offering here.
Also returning for another year is Honey Pig. The decor of Honey Pig is one of my favorite things, along with their Korean BBQ and traditional side dishes. They'll be serving up traditional appetizers, like Yuk Hwe, which is Korean-style torched beef tartare with Korean pear. They're also offering unlimited BBQ, as well as some great dessert options. See more here.
We hope you really love Korean BBQ, because we've added a new option this year with 9292 Korean BBQ. I love the Korean seafood pancake appetizer. If you've never had, it's a quintessential Korean dish. Enjoy all-you-can-eat BBQ and unique desserts, like sweet rice punch—a traditional rice beverage that contains grains of cooked rice. Check out their menu.
Another newbie this year is FUMI in Duluth. This restaurant has really perfected every detail—from the decor to the sushi to delicious cocktails, you can't go wrong at this eatery. As an appetizer, you'll have a chance to try some of their sushi rolls. Enjoy traditional hibachi entree options, and finish off your meal with mochi Japanese ice cream. See the menu.
Last, but certainly not least, is Ba Bellies in Peachtree Corners. If you're looking to try something new and different Ba Bellies is the place for you. They offer awesome Asian-fusion dishes that you can't really find anywhere else. Not to mention they've got this whole nerd theme going on, which I love. During Restaurant Week, you can try dishes like Taiwanese popcorn chicken and King’s Hawaiian Spam musubi sliders. Try dan dan noodles as your entree and end your meal with mango sticky rice. Take a look at the menu.
You should definitely add a few of these international eateries to your Restaurant Week itinerary. Also, be sure to use #GRW2017 for all your foodstagrams and Facebook posts. Hope to see you there!