Food Terminal is one of the new restaurants in the City Food Market complex on Buford Highway. It is a very large restaurant that attracts a young crowd. The menu is large and Asian fusion---it combines Chinese, Taiwanese, Indonesian, and Singaporean. A visit from my friends Linda and Steve gave us a chance to try several items on the large menu. The space is modern and active with a great view of the cars zipping by. The service was very attentive and helpful. They have menus and pens at the table for you to fill out but the staff is also happy to fill the forms out for you.
We started with two appetizers. The crispy fried tofu had a shrimp (I think) inside and a very crispy exterior. We also had some delicious spicy steamed dumplings. They were moderately spicy and very tender.
This is garlic noodles.
I ordered Grandma's noodles, which included roast pork and an egg---delicious and savory.
Steve ordered tomato beef, which he said was a slightly different rendition of the dish.
And this is another beef dish. Thin noodles are a house specialty and included in many of the dishes.
To sum up: the food is great, the menu is varied and interesting, and the atmosphere is fun.