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Harmony Vegetarian Chinese Restaurant

Harmony is in a strip mall near the intersection of Buford Highway and Chamblee Tucker Road. They do have a menu of vegetarian dishes that goes well beyond the standard Chinese restaurant, including a number with faux meats.

I tried two dishes. Both of them were fried and both were pleasantly salty.  When you don't have meat to work with, you have to add palate interest some other way.  First was the fried stuffed eggplant, which came with a sauce that physically resembled plum sauce but was more salty than sweet.  The very crispy crust made a good contrast to the soft texture of the fried eggplant.   My main dish was fried and salty bean curd.  The tofu was cut into longish rectangles, coated with a batter, and fried.  No sauce for this one, but once again, the crust contrasted with the soft tofu.  The crust also had a good dose of salt that brought out the salt monster in me.

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