I need help finding the name of a restauant. I was taken there by a family friend when I was in Atlanta, but I have no idea where I was taken to.
It was in a suburb of Atlanta - no idea of name or direction - but when we got there I saw, clearly from the sign outside, that it was Sichuan Chinese. The restaurant was a 'stand alone' with its own parking. They had displays (in plastic?) of what some of their plated food looked like on a shelf to your left as you walked in. There were some newspaper articles on the wall from small local punlications which proclaimed it best of that particular suburb. I asked for the Chinese menu, and was given a stiff menu that, I think, had two pages. The items were listed in Categories with titles translated in English, like WHEAT NOODLES or RICE NOODLES. In each category, thr dishes were listed only in Chinese, but a few might have a brief English translation, like SEAFOOD DRY SAUTE, written in all caps.
Can anyone help me find this place, or is the information too sketchy?
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