Buford Highway is Atlanta's international corridor, about 15 minutes from Downtown. You'll need a car to get to these locations, and you will find any sort of restaurant from Korean to Latin American, Bangladeshi, Vietnamese and more.

  • Cuban: Havana Sandwich Shop has excellent Cuban sandwiches with traditional sides of black beans, plantains and yucca.
  • Chinese: Canton House has a great dim sum service
  • Korean: So Kong Dong's offerings include hot bowls of beef and  tofu soup where it is traditional to crack an egg into the soup and stir it under.
  • Korean: Hae Woon Dae - excellent Korean BBQ on a tabletop grill
  • Malaysian: Penang Malaysian Cuisine has tropical offerings from curry to beef rendang stewed in coconut milk
  • Vietnamese: COM Vietnamese Restaurant was so popular that they recently added another location. 
  • Bangladeshi: Panahar has wonderful food, similar to Indian and the most gracious host in Atlanta. Don't even bother with the menu - let him order for you, and you won't be sorry.
  • Vietnames: Lee's Bakery has amazing banh mi sandwiches and pho, and is very popular
  • Mexican: Taco Veloz is good for cheap, authentic, well-prepared tacos to go
  • Pan-Asian: the food court at Super H for Korean food is quite interesting and offers a good chance to sample different cuisines
  • Korean: The White Windmill Korean bakery has the most gorgeous Korean pastries