Roti Canai is on the menu at Penang for Buford Highway Restaurant Week / AJC file photo
If you’ve been meaning to try out some Buford Highway restaurants but have been overwhelmed by the number of options, the inaugural Buford Highway Restaurant Week might be your perfect entry point.
From Sept. 10-17, nine Buford Highway restaurants will offer prix fixe three-course menus for $25-$35 for one or two people.
Participating restaurants include:
China Kitchen Chamblee, 5385 New Peachtree Road, Chamblee. 678-860-2777, chinakitchenchamblee.com/
Chong Qing Hot Pot, 5385 New Peachtree Rd, Chamblee. 770-936-1379, chongqinghotpotchamblee.com/
Dish Korean Cuisine, 5000 Buford Hwy NE, Chamblee. 470-299-8886, facebook.com/dishkoreancuisine/
J’s Mini Hot Pot Deluxe, 4897 Buford Hwy NE #160, Chamblee. 770-458-8882, jsminihotpot.com/
Man Chun Hong, 5953 Buford Hwy NE #105, Doraville. 770-454-5640, facebook.com/Man-Chun-Hong-Chinese-Restaurant-111839248853066/
Mist Dessert Snack Bar, 4897 Buford Hwy NE Suite 162, Chamblee. 470-268-7466, mistsnackdessertbar.com/
Monsoon Masala Kitchen and Sweets, 3979 Buford Hwy NE #103, Chamblee. 404-228-0017, monsoonatlanta.com/
Penang Malaysian Restaurant, 4897 Buford Hwy NE, Chamblee. 770-220-0308, penangchamblee.com/
Yen Jing Chinese Restaurant, 5302 Buford Hwy NE, Doraville. 770-454-6688, facebook.com/YenJingChineseRestaurant/
The event is scheduled to coincide with the BuHi Walk, the public art collaboration between We Love BuHi and Atlanta arts nonprofit Living Walls.
Dinner reservations can be made directly with each restaurant. Each featured restaurant will donate 15 percent of sales from the prix fixe dinner menus to We Love BuHi.
For more information visit welovebuhi.com/restaurantweek2017.
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