SriThai Kitchen and Sushi is Open in Atlantic Station

After months of delay due to the coronavirus, the Thai and Japanese fine dining restaurant debuted for the first time July 1.
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SriThai Kitchen & Sushi finally opened its doors in Atlantic Station after months of setbacks due to the coronavirus. 

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On July 1, the 4,852-square-foot restaurant began its service, offering to-go, delivery, and even dine-in. Plans for an official grand opening are in the works, according to a press release Tuesday.

“We are excited to bring our 25 years of experience in the restaurant industry to a place that embraces authentic dining experiences,” Winn Mekpongsatorn, owner of SriThai, said in the release. “Our Thai- and Japanese-inspired dishes will bring a unique element to Atlantic Station’s retail and restaurant mix, and we are proud to introduce our cuisine to the Midtown community.”

The menu at SriThai offers traditional dishes from Japanese and Thai cuisine such as coconut betel leaves, grilled Thai sausage, and a wide variety of sashimi and handrolls. 

Nick Garzia, director of leasing at Hines, says that Atlantic Station is continuing to diversify its food and beverage selection to reflect the diversity in the Midtown community it serves. “Adding SriThai Kitchen & Sushi Bar to our restaurant lineup speaks true to our mission of listening to the community and providing our guests with more and better choices,” he said in the release.

This is the third location for the Thai-Japanese restaurant, with a location in Snellville and one in Duluth. Its opening comes at the tail end of Atlantic Station’s property transformation. The shopping center plans on opening Bowlero later this year. 

Paul Kim

Paul Kim is a senior at NYU studying Journalism and Public Policy with a minor in Food Studies. A Korean-Taiwanese American born and raised in Atlanta, Paul holds a special appreciation for the diverse food city that Atlanta has become in the last few years. Paul especially loves Korean food because they don't use cilantro in their dishes. Paul hates cilantro.

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