Best Restaurants Near Northlake Mall,Atlanta

Restaurant options near Northlake mall

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Northlake Mall is a major shopping mall in the Tucker area, northeast of Atlanta, Georgia. It is located along Interstate 285 at Briarcliff Road and it’s anchored by JCPenney, Macy’s Parisian and Sears and features stores such as Bath& Body Works, The Disney Store, The Limited and Limited Too, Lane Bryant and Victoria’s Secret. While numerous restaurants dot this busy suburban area, providing a variety of fare for shoppers and travelers, the restaurant options are limited when compared to Cumberland mall or perimeter mall. We have compiled the following restaurant option near north lake mall for you try.

Northlake Thai

Northlake Thai restaurant is elegant hidden gem tucked behind Kroger and offers fantastic Thai fare, seasoned to perfection’ and served with ’style’. The Thai specials are prepared daily with fresh ingredients .Some of the unique items in the menu includes Roasted Duck Breast served on top of Japanese eggplant, Seared Herb Crusted Porkloin Chop with spicy tamarind sauce and Poached Chilean Sea Bass with Asian vegetables in a kefir lime soy sauce

3939 Lavista Rd
Tucker, GA 30084
(770) 938-2223

Blue Ribbon Grill

The Blue Ribbon Grill, located in the Tucker Northlake area of Atlanta, Some of their featured menu items include hand-cut steaks, crab cakes, chicken pot pie in a puff pastry bowl, homemade soups and salads, 10 oz. burgers, handmade potato chips served with bleu cheese and their own world famous perfected classic meatloaf. One needs to visit Blue Ribbon Grill, just for the Meatloaf.

4006 Lavista Road
Tucker, GA 30084
(770) 491-1570

O’Charley’s Restaurant

This modestly priced, family casual-dining restaurant is situated just west of Northlake Parkway on Crescent Centre Boulevard.
O’Charley’s is popular for incredibly soft, hot-out-of-the-oven rolls. Part of a restaurant chain serving most of the eastern United States, O’Charley’s offers a variety of dishes including steak grilled to perfection, seafood, pasta, chicken, sandwiches and salads. Also, O’Charley’s is the brunch place to start your day with nice selection of omelets, waffles and even prime rib  OCharleys offers a special kids menu and party platters too.

2039 Crescent Centre Boulevard
Tucker, GA 30084

Lucky Key Chinese/Fuji Ya Japanese

If you would like to have great sushi and Chinese fare, all in one place and do not want to drive into atlanta,Lucky Key Chinese/Fuji Ya Japanese restaurant is the perfect place to taste the authentic hibachi-grilled food as well as rational Chinese fare. The interior of this combination restaurant is thoughtfully decorated with smiling Buddha and you will feel like you are actually in a restaurant in china and Japan.
In their hibachi rooms, the food is cooked in front of you at the hibachi table with an entertaining style and the fun and they have 4 Hibachi rooms
Chineese food is served at their best taste along with best visual presentation. Chinese dishes range from Peking beef ribs to SHANGHAI SEAFOOD POT.

4135 Lavista Road
Tucker, GA 30084

Bambinelli’s Italian Restaurant

Situated at the northwest corner of the Northlake Mall area, this locally owned restaurant offers New York style pizza and a variety of traditional Italian dishes at moderate prices. Dishes range from veal picatta to Shrimp, Scallops and mussels, in addition the standard spaghetti and meatballs or veal parmigiana also served. Other menu items include Scallopine of Veal Piccata which is Tender Veal Dipped in Batter, sauted in white wine sauce and Baked Lasagna.
Bambinelli’s Italian Restaurant also has kids menu and most of the items are under $6 and includes Spaghetti and Meatballs, Meat or Cheese Ravioli and Spaghetti and Sausage

3202 Northlake Parkway NE
Atlanta, GA 30345

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