Bangkok cabin is the best place to go for real and authentic Thai food. This was the first time I have ever had Thai food and it was amazing. As soon as we walked through the door, we were greeted and we felt welcomed. We were sat down quickly and the server really helped us out. Since I have never had Thai food before, he explained everything to me and told me what everything was.
I had Thai tea which was amazing even though it was a bit on the sweeter side. For an appetizer, we got a plater called Bangkok Cabin Combo. that had many different foods on it. Some of the foods on this plate had seafood which I personally do not eat, but others said it was amazing. When ordering the main meal, the server really helped me out as he explained what would be really spicy and what would not be. I ended up getting the Pineapple Fried Rice which was so good.
Overall this restaurant was a great experience and I would definitely come here again and try something new the next time I go.
BurgerFi is the best place to go if you are in Downtown Kennesaw and are in the mood for a burger. The burgers here are fresh and made how ever you would like them to be made.
As you walk to the cashiers, there are 4 screens displayed with the menu of all the different burgers and hotdogs you can get. BugerFi is similar to Five Guys except BugerFi is a bit more pricey and fresh. You can get burgers either double or single patty no matter what burger you get.
I got the CEO as a single patty and got a small fry. The sweet tea there was amazing if you have a sweet tooth. Overall my experience at BurgerFi was amazing and I would highly recommend this restaurant to anyone who is in the mood for a burger with some fries.
Pacific Spice is a great place to go if you are in the mood for hibachi. As soon as you walk in, you are greeted and they ask if you want to sit at a table or want to them to cook in front of you. I decided to sit at the tables where they cook in front of you. We sat down and we were the only ones there at the table. Our waiter came straight to us and asked us what we would like to drink. At the same time, we told him what we wanted to eat.
Generally speaking, when one goes to a hibachi restaurant, the waiter brings a side salad and soup. Their side salad had an odd dressing that I was not a fan of, however the soup was amazing. For my main meal I got hibachi chicken with fried rice. The chicken and the rice were both really good. I suggest asking for a side of teriyaki sauce to put over the rice and to dip your chicken in. You can not go wrong there.
Overall the food and experience at Pacific Spice was amazing. I highly recommend this place if you are in the mood for hibachi. The food was amazing and the staff was very friendly.
Last week we went to Frozen Cow Creamery and as soon as we walked in the doors, we were greeted and the employees made their customers feel warm. I ordered the Matcha Coconut ice cream and the concept of the Creamery is very interesting. You walk into the Creamery and you get a menu. You decide what you want off of the menu and you tell the servers what you want. They put the cream and fresh ingredients into a bowl and mix it all together. After everything is mixed in the bowl, the servers put liquid nitrogen into the bowl and this freezes the mixture. Then the server puts your ice cream into a new bowl and it is ready to serve,
Tuesday evening my uncle and I went to Poblano's Mexican Grill and this was my first time there. As soon as we walked into the door, we were greeted with smiles by the employees. We received a table quick and a server came to us in no time. He took our order and the food came out quick. As we got up and left, the servers were still kind to us and also smiled at us.
When we sat down, a server brought us tortilla chips with two bowls of salsa and we ordered an extra bowl of cheese dip. The salsa by itself was a tad on the spicy side, but if you add cheese dip to the salsa, it tones down the spice that the salsa provided. For my actual meal, I ordered Enchilada Poblanas which were three chicken enchiladas all covered in different sauce; verde sauce, ranchera sauce, and queso sauce. It came with a side of rice and refried beans, however the rice was a tad too crunchy for my liking and the beans were a little bland.
Overall my experience at Poblano's Mexican Grill met my standards for an average mexican restaurant. I would highly suggest, since the food was good and the service was amazing, if you do not feel like cooking at home and you are around the North Cobb High School Area.