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One Flew South Restaurant & Sushi Bar

Sushi Restaurant and Southern / Soul Food Restaurant$$$$
Atlanta
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  • Eater
    EaterFebruary 7, 2013
    Ranked by Food & Wine as one of the best spots in ATL. Chef Duane Nutter's dishes range from sushi to Southern-inspired global fare. Excellent cocktails and service. International ticket not required.
  • Andy M.
    Andy MillerMarch 3, 2013
    Been here 5+ times
    I have eaten here twice now and have not been disappointed. The Duck sandwich is delicious. I also recommend the Kamikaze sushi. Very good service and I think you get a good value for the quality food
  • Kristin
    KristinOctober 10, 2014
    This is a great restaurant in the Atlanta airport! Probably the best they have! Fresh sushi and creative dishes. If you have time sit and enjoy a nice glass of wine and a great meal
  • Ryan W.
    Ryan WatsonFebruary 13, 2015
    Let me just say... you can't go wrong. I had the Lobster Bowl which is a delicious twist on sushi, the pulled duck sandwich... simply amazing! Topped off with the Banana Pudding... oh so good!
  • Charlotte Hawkins G.
    Charlotte Hawkins GroceJanuary 11, 2014
    Must try turkey sand which with truffle mayo, cranberry jam and arugula. The combination of flavors are a nice surprise. The fries have a hint of nutmeg. Our waitress, Camille is the best.
  • Bill N.
    Bill NewmanFebruary 15, 2013
    Been here 5+ times
    Thyme toasted pork bellies on a bed of arugula and black eyes peas with blackberry and parsnip marmalade topped with red onion. Pair with the Zinfandel - incredible.
  • Sam N.
    Sam N.January 5, 2013
    A gem of an airport restaurant & an oasis amidst the madness of Concourse E food court. Great food, a very well-stocked bar with assorted wines & sake, and great service. The pulled duck was great.
  • P L.
    P LNovember 17, 2013
    Was skeptical of the great tips but they're all true! Had the pulled duck sandwich + waffle with poached plum. Between the food and friendly service, I came out refreshed and ready for my next flight.
  • Kelly C.
    Kelly CannonDecember 27, 2014
    Prices are a little high, but the sushi tastes fresh & delicious, & the edamame - though different - is heavenly. Great wine & mixed drink selection, too. Tied for best airport food I've ever had.
  • Rachel P.
    Rachel PNovember 9, 2013
    Best airport food ever. Had the pulled duck sandwich and a spicy tuna roll, both were excellent. Now I'm not even mad that my ATL connection was way out of the way (Montreal to Seattle).
  • Rachel D.
    Great service!! Eat here for a layover. Had the lamb sausage appetizers. Who knew the combination with blueberries would be so delicious. Also, just a simple Kobe burger is made with perfection.
  • Lynne S.
    Lynne SApril 22
    I wish they had non alcoholic beer and lemonade and more healthy vegan and salad options, but great menu and the best airport restaurant I've eaten in. Worth the trip to terminal T
  • Erica B.
    Erica BercegeayDecember 31, 2013
    Gluten free menu options! Get the thyme roasted pulled pork which is available gluten free. Unfortunately the sushi has gluten because their rice vinegar has malt. Ask your server if that changed.
  • Maya D.
    Maya DFebruary 26, 2015
    A surprising oasis in the airport. Centrally located in terminal E. Impeccable staff that cares about your opinion of the food. Ask for Amir. Also, bartender is off the hook. Get "bartender's choice"!
  • Susan G.
    Susan GilchristJune 29, 2013
    Cocktails are unique, tasty & potent! Sit at the bar... bartenders are friendly, creative & talented - you can order anything; if you don't know what you want they'll make you something special.
  • Men's Health Mag
    Men's Health MagJanuary 23, 2015
    This eatery specializes in "Southernational" cuisine—inspired by world travels, and featuring fresh, local ingredients—and also sports a contemporary décor. Read more
  • Colin T.
    Colin TMarch 6, 2014
    Been here 25+ times
    Lives up to the hype, way too good to be a restaurant at an airport. Finally great food at the vast wasteland that is called an airport. Lots of great choices in the relative quiet of Term E
  • Mcalister F.
    Mcalister FahieApril 20, 2013
    Here's a tip, go!!! The ambiance transcends you out of the airport and Tiffanie, and her cocktails, will make you feel like it's your neighborhood hangout that you've been coming to for years.
  • Leo B.
    Leo BorovskiyAugust 24, 2013
    Toki and Tiffany run a tight ship with great original cocktails. This is lightyears better than anything I've ever had in an airport, and different from anything I've had outside of one.
  • Mary Elise Chavez
    Mary Elise ChavezApril 1, 2012
    One of the best airport restaurants I've ever been too. Incredibly fresh and delicious sushi, great wine selection, cool decor and great staff. Definitely worth burning some time here.
  • Mario E.
    Mario EstradaApril 12, 2013
    This is a nice upscale restaurant so it is priced higher but quality of food, service, and atmosphere is worth it. I recommend the shrimp and grits. The bartenders are quite good.
  • Adrian L.
    Adrian LeungOctober 6, 2012
    Very good airport restaurant! Yes it's a bit pricey but the mussels and edamame in miso broth and chicken breast entree are both good! Definitely a return next time I am at ATL!
  • Patrick L.
    Patrick LeeOctober 22, 2014
    The best food in ATL (or most airports I've flown through) by far. If you have some time to kill, well worth taking the plane train to terminal E for a real meal.
  • Jonathan C.
    Jonathan CampbellJune 29, 2012
    Seriously , the tastiest burger I have ever tasted. And don't start me on the fries: wow! Super service and very reasonable, especially for an airport restaurant. Get that Kobe burger into you now!!
  • Ashley C.
    Ashley CraigOctober 10, 2013
    If you're a sushi fan, get the kamikaze roll! Full of good fish with a great sauce, was gonna take a pic but ate it all before I did! But don't waste money on the nigiri or sashimi, super overpriced.
  • Carrie L.
    Carrie L.August 13, 2013
    If you have some time to kill between your flights, I highly suggest taking the time to journey over to Concourse E to eat here. What a great little fine dining/sushi bar!
  • Sabrina S.
    Sabrina SextonMay 19, 2014
    The chicken noodle soup has a pho-like broth and is delicious. The duck sandwich is out of this world!
  • Laura H.
    Laura HoltSeptember 4, 2012
    Eat here. It's shockingly reasonably priced for amazing food and great service. The decor is also an oasis in airport craziness. Worth coming over from other terminals.
  • Fernanda D.
    Fernanda Di GiaimoJuly 19, 2013
    Not cheap, but at least the food is delicious, service is great and you will completely forget you are inside the airport. Free wi-fi and cell phone chargers available.
  • Max B.
    Max BergMarch 25, 2015
    Had the Edamame, Kamikaze roll, salmon hotpot, and an old-fashioned. Each were fantastic and I'll be returning!
  • Mike
    MikeMay 9, 2013
    The salmon in miso broth is easily the best airport food I've ever had and a great dish for any fine dining place. Do yourself a favor and try it.
  • Andrea C.
    Andrea ChingAugust 1, 2013
    Among the best airport food I've ever had. Good sushi and light fare- entrees looked interesting, but I didn't bite. Wine list way better than it has to be.
  • Jonathan G.
    Jonathan GottfriedSeptember 14, 2013
    Probably the most delicious (and expensive) airport meal I've ever had. Totally worth it on a long layover.
  • Jim O.
    Jim O'DonnellApril 30, 2015
    Been here 5+ times
    Top notch bartending and excellent fusion of Asian and Soul make this one of the best dining experiences in Atlanta. You forget your in an airport.
  • Alfonso C.
    Alfonso CastilloNovember 1, 2013
    I had the nigiris and the Kamikaze rolls. Are in deed very good BUT my recommendation is: go for the pork belly. Not healthy at all but it's really nice.
  • Allison B.
    Allison BlandJanuary 11, 2015
    Salmon hot pot was amazing, also loved the pimento cheese appetizer and the "dirty south" meatloaf sandwich
  • Billy D.
    Billy DeeApril 25, 2013
    Been here 10+ times
    Best airport restaurant! Worth the 15-20min wait for a table. Very attentive staff. Be careful though, they add an automatic 18% gratuity to your bill.
  • Josh A.
    Josh A2 weeks ago
    Very impressive for an airport. Good cocktails, yummy food, nice ambiance inside. This would be a legitimately good restaurant anywhere let alone at an airport.
  • David R.
    David ResslerJune 29, 2013
    Awesome. Great flavors , presentation, an oasis during a trip, and quick srevice. Well worth going to terminal e if you have a short layover
  • Joshua T.
    Joshua TaylorDecember 3, 2013
    WOW. Amazing food in an airport at uninflated prices, and superb service. Never would have thought it possible. Pulled duck sandwich is to die for.
  • Anu P.
    Anu ParvatiyarSeptember 3, 2012
    Been here 10+ times
    The bartenders are terrific, attentive, and can suggest the perfect drink. Pork belly sliders are a must, but there's not really anything bad on the menu.
  • Rob J.
    Rob JohnsonSeptember 2, 2014
    The Orange Truce cocktail and the Pulled Duck sandwich are outstanding. Give them a try and they'll become part of every ATL visit.
  • Denise J.
    Denise JohnsonAugust 13, 2014
    I'm 10x more likely to book flights on delta after discovering this place. Some of the best and most unique cocktails I've ever had.
  • Curt M.
    Curt MorseOctober 27, 2013
    This place was awesome. I may start leaving early for flights just to get dinner here. Solid food and customer service. Wish they would open an in town location.
  • Robert Tolar H.
    Awesome meal. Even more amazing that it's inside the airport. Definitely worth the trip to concourse E if you have some time to kill
  • Jim O.
    Jim O'DonnellJune 2, 2012
    Been here 5+ times
    One of Atlanta's best dining experiences. Fresh twist on Sushi classics, brilliant entrees and amazing cocktails. Pray for a long layover!
  • Aaron G.
    Aaron GustafsonMay 21, 2012
    Been here 10+ times
    If you have an hour or more layover, One Flew South is worth the trek to Terminal E. Do yourself a favor and get the pulled duck sandwich.
  • Tom J.
    Tom JMarch 14, 2012
    Imbibe Magazine recognized One Flew South for being one of the Best Places for a Drink Off the Beaten Path in the South in their March/April 2011 Southern Issue
  • Trinh D.
    Trinh DApril 24, 2013
    Been here 5+ times
    The food is great. The service is just the same unless you sit at the bar. The bartenders tend to be too busy gossiping. Drinks always take forever whether you're at a table or bar.
  • Ryan R.
    Ryan RadfordNovember 20, 2012
    Old school cocktails made the way they should be, and food that's out of this world. Try an old fashioned with the pork belly sliders.
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