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Wow that was one of my best Japanese restaurants after being in Tokyo. Top! Like it.
Shoya's encyclopedic menu, spread over seven crowded pages, will send you into a rapture of excitement or cripple you with indecision. Dishes tend to be surprising. Order away and see what shows up.
I came for ramen but had yaki soba instead. Really tasty. Also I had their tomago.. The best I had around ATL so far, freshly tasted egg. Yum!!
one of the best ramen places in town. i liked the beef yanagawa and the grilled squid, which is a common delicacy in my hometown. they are usually packed, but we never had to wait long to be seated.
Tonpeiyaki or okonomiyaki are recommended. So are the eel omelet, baked cheese curry, kushiyaki sheets, and cream korokke. But the grilled squid is not recommended. lots of japanese diners here, legit
The ramen bowls are excellent.
Super authentic izakaya restaurant. The atmosphere is relaxed, chill, and the food comes out fresh and hot!!
Really good, fresh sashimi. Try the sashimi regular~
Really nicely designed and decorated. Authentic feel for sure~
Really good, authentic Japanese food. Spicy tonkotsu, beef sukiyaki don, chashu don, and sashimi regular were all amazing and worth trying~
Everything! Extensive menu full of Japanese delicacies.
If you want to have REAL Japanese food, this is one of the few places in greater Atlanta to do so!
This place used to be on top but has fallen way behind in recent time. The sushi is ok but the izakaya selections are not tasty at all. Unless you're craving sochu, head elsewhere.
Stick to the sushi, the appetizers are overpriced.
Fried pork belly, chicken skins, and Chasau ramen were all great.
This place seemed like a wonderful place but now i see it is full of rude workers with bad manners. I am not coming back and would advise you to do the same.
Spicy Tonkatsu Ramen is incredible.
One of my favorite restaurants ever. Get some squid legs and spicy gyoza soup and be happy ^_^
Decent izakaya fare. Stick to the specials on the chalkboard for the fresh fish. Stay away from the ramen
Try the grilled octopus, it is amazing.
Great food. Try the pickled lotus root and the Georgian roll.
Get a booth upstairs so you can watch the chefs cooking all the yummy dishes!
This is by far the most authentic Asian cuisine I have ever seen. And it wasn't bad at all!
Authentic Japanese food, very fresh sashimi, not really a good fan of the sushi. Highly recommend the Tayaki.
Get the ice cream with mashed beans. Its excellent.
Best Japanese food in Atl . Ramen sushi kimchi
new table space
hallway to new space
they have renovated and increase table and waiting space.
So delicious and authentic. I haven't had some of these since being in japan
All the ramen is delicious, especially the tonkatsu!
Great Japanese bar food!
2 words. miso cod.
Overpriced sashimi but otherwise good food
Pumpkin tempura roll sounds like something Gillis would like.
Get a few skewers and chow down.
If you have babies, this place sucks. No high chairs!
Delicious and authentic Japanese food at a great price! Try the takoyaki im addicted!
Okonomiyaki is to die for!
They have the button! It's just like Japan!
Get the Okonomi Yaki!
fantastic food! habanero octopus rocks!
Now, they open until 23:30 Tues - Sat 22:30 for Sun. Last call os 20 min before.