Ameer’s Mediterranean Grill – on Briarcliff
I usually get the Falafel sandwich here, but I decided to go with the chicken kabob. So glad I tried it. The chicken was so tender and tasty. There was so much of it too. It comes with fries but I opted for the salad, which would be a great meal on it’s own. It has the perfect amount of spices and oil and vinegar. The sandwich had a wonderful smooth hummus and some tomatoes and cucumbers on it too. The bread is so pillowy soft.
It is an excellent sandwich and I totally recommend it.
Taqueria Del Sol – On Cheshire Bridge
I was a little under the weather last week when I went here. This sounded perfect, a chicken pot pie in a light pastry crust on rice with a spicy sauce with chilies from New Mexico. This was a daily sprecial. This is blow your mind great. It was wonderful chicken pot pie comfort food with this hit of spice that was just hot enough to let you know it was there but not to build up a sweat. Be careful if you go to get it, it will stick in your head as it is totally craveable.
The General Muir – at Emory Point
This is the BEST friend chicken in Atlanta. They only serve it Friday nights. The chicken itself is so unbelievably moist. The skin is a super light crunch, just perfect amount of crispiness. It came with a side of mac and cheese, which was superb! I didn’t think I would like it, but, it was unreal. The beer in the background is a Creature’s Comfort beer brewed in Athens, GA.
This was such a memorable meal, go try this!