Grant and Marie introduced me to Man Chung Hong, another wonderful spot on Buford Highway. It's tucked into a corner of a not-very-flashy two-story strip mall. The only directions I can give you are look on the northbound side of the road and be ready to backtrack, just like I did. Inside, the décor shows the owners' care for their food and customers.
The restaurant is owned by a Korean family but serves a primarily Chinese menu. Grant explained that they have two menus, both Chinese, but that you usually have to ask for the Schezuan menu. We all ended up ordering from that secret menu.
The meal started with a nice Korean touch of kimchi.
I ordered this eggplant dish served sauceless but battered. I love the texture of the batter, which is just moist enough. Even without a wet sauce, the toppings carried plenty of heat. A very enjoyable dish.
And here are our other dishes...