Gwinnett”s Ethnic Eats

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Traditionally a fusion of Spanish, African and Caribbean cuisines, Cuban recipes share spices and techniques with Spanish and African cooking, with some Caribbean influence in spice and flavor.

Local restaurants:
Mojito”s Cuban-American, Havana South, Papi”s Cuban and Caribbean, Mango Cuban

Japanese food is based on rice with miso soup and other dishes. Side dishes include fish, pickled vegetables, and vegetables cooked in broth.

Local restaurants:
Kani House, Mori House, Niko Niko, Ninja Steakhouse and Samurai Blue

Dishes served in a Chinese restaurant run the gamut: from Sesame chicken to Mongolian beef, fried rice, egg rolls and more.

Local restaurants: Iron Wok, Lavender Asian Bistro, Mah Jong, Orient Garden or PF Chang”s

Do you know where to find the best tacos, burritos, chips and salsa?

Local restaurants:  Chonas Mexican Grill, Del Rio, El Jinete, Frontera and Taqueria Los Hermanos as the best Mexican restaurants in Gwinnett.

This style of cooking utilizes a diverse range of herbs, including lemongrass, mint, Vietnamese mint, long coriander and Thai basil leaves.

Local restaurants:
New Saigon Vietnamese Bistro and Quickly (both located in Duluth)

Korean cuisine is largely based upon rice, vegetables, and meats. Traditional Korean meals include a number of side dishes Kimchi is served with most meals.

Local restaurants: Cho Won Korean Buffet, Iron Age, Honey Pig, Super H Mart food court

This includes foods of the Indian subcontinent characterized by the use of various rich spices, aromatic herbs, vegetables and fruits grown in India.

Local restaurants: Naan “N Curry, Udipi Café, Maruthi, Lajawaab Indian Cuisin