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Doc Chey's Dragon Bowl
Asian Restaurant$
Today 11:00 am – 9:00 pm
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1556 N Decatur Rd Atlanta, GA 30307
1556 North Decatur RoadUSGeorgiaAtlanta30307
$Asian RestaurantToday 11:00 am – 9:00 pm
Monday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmTuesday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmWednesday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmThursday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmFriday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmSaturday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmSunday Closed
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Bustling noodle shop dishes up classic Asian fare plus beer & wine in a family-friendly space.- Google
"The original Doc Chey's was much better."
"The Dragon Bowl part is going to have to grow on me."
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Vlad Ayzenberg
3 months ago
I really enjoy regular Doc Cheys but hate the Dragon bowl. Frankly, the food just isn't good. I've completely stopped eating here and I don't recommend it to anyone. They need to bring normal doc cheys back.
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MaKendra Umstead
11 months ago
So I loved the original Doc Chey's. The environment has not changed - it is a great order-and-sit restaurant with an open and inviting feel that is perfect for lunch or dinner if you are in the Emory area. The Dragon Bowl part is going to have to grow on me. Dragon bowl is a bit "Chipotle" style, allowing you to pick combinations of rice/noodles, meat, and seasoning/flavor styles. There are now some food choices that will make you happy about eating healthy (brown and purple rice with quinoa, for example). Compared to the original though, the menu appears limited and portions seem to be smaller as well. I will say that although it has lost some of its original charm - the flavor is still there and the food is still good. That's what really matters!
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Paul B.
7 months ago
Had the Garden Bowl off of the newly featured specials menu and it was REALLY good - love the lime vinaigrette and the veggie options tasted very fresh. My go to place in the Village if I want a healthy, satisfying lunch!
Jason Black
3 years ago
service was horrible and rude. we came in and a waiter (looks like some kind of manager) kept us waiting forever while he was doing some non-related works such as cleaning tables, adding ice to some machine, taking bills and bringing food for others. When other waiters were trying to take us to seat and took order from us, this "manager" guy stopped them and saying he wanted us to wait and didn't tell us why. So I went to ask the "manager" guy why we can't get seated. He said:"didn't I tell you to wait? can't you just wait?" I said:"why I have to wait?", he said:"because there was no seat, what is your problem?" That wasn't entirely true. We were the only customers waiting there at that time and there were quite a few empty tables. I said:"I don't like it coz you kept me waiting and didn't tell me why". And this guy says:"do I need to tell you why?". I know it was busy at that time. but it is no good to keep us waiting while there is empty table and available waiters, and even worse, stop other waiters from serving us without tell us why. horrible experience with the service, will never visit again.
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Mark Hogstrom
7 months ago
DAYUM it's good. Eat here at least once a week. Veggies are fresh and well-prepared (kale salad is amazeballs), ramen base is where it's at, and their sauces take everything to the next level. Choose the sweet pickle garnish for added ecstasy. Even the Massaman curry--a departure from their build-a-bowl formula--is exceptional. They recently started serving the thai coconut chicken soup from the original doc chey's menu again. Splurge for the panko shrimp as your protein if it's offered.
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George Tatro
10 months ago
Tonight I ordered the Japanese bowl with rice, chicken, cauliflower and brussel sprouts & some appetizers. I thought that roasted cauliflower and roasted brussel sprouts would be hot - at the very least warm. It was all room temperature. When I asked the waiter told me that that was how it was supposed to be. I informed him that it was not how it was supposed to be and I wanted it heated but not in a microwave. He informed me that they no longer have woks at this location. It was so crazy that I could not believe that Doc Chey's does not have a wok in which to heat the food. I cannot begin to express how dissatisfied with what is happening at this location. I really don't like that the alcoholic beverages appear under the heading BOOZE - this does not reflect a dining experience I am looking for. If I am going to spend $30-40 for a meal with my wife it needs to be a quality dining experience. The food is over sauced, room temperature, and assembled rather than cooked. Normally I wouldn't care enough to write a review but this was so disappointing that I hope the owners will read this and take some action to remedy the decline in the quality of food they are preparing.
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a month ago
The original Doc Chey's was much better. I no longer go to this restaurant.
Jack Cruis
3 years ago
This is the first time for me to go this restaurant. There is an old waiter (maybe the boss of it) who is awful and terrible. He asked us to wait at the gate and also stopped other people to serve us. In 20 minutes, he said nothing to us. When we tried to know the reason, he was even more rude and said something very bad... I have not tried the food there, but I am sure I won't go there any more.