“The owners of Buford Highway Chinese restaurant Bo Bo Garden open Fan T’Asia at Ph’east food hall soon
Fan T’Asia, a Cantonese Chinese restaurant from the owners of Bo Bo Garden on Buford Highway, is the latest stall to become part of Ph’east food hall at Battery Atlanta in Cobb County, Atlanta Magazine first reported. Ph’east, located across from the Aloft Hotel and next to Wahlburgers, should open by the end of the year.
In addition to Fan T’Asia, the 5,000-square-foot Asian food hall includes stalls from Doraville-based Lao restaurant Snackboxe Bistro, sushi and seafood bowl spot Poke Burri, Lifting Noodles Ramen, Kung Fu Tea, and self-serve bar the Taps with up to 40 beers, wine, cocktails, and sake on draft.
Further reporting by the AJC reveals dishes like sweet and sour chicken, salt and pepper squid, Hong Kong curry, and mapo tofu are on the menu at the Cantonese stall. Soups such as wonton and egg drop along with dumplings, sesame cold noodles, and Chinese fried wings are also likely to be offered at Fan T’Asia.
Snackboxe Bistro owner and 2018 Chef of the Year winner Thip Athakhanh told Eater Atlanta in March her stall features between ten to 12 dishes, with two dishes — yellow curry prawns and Lao-style grilled oysters — served exclusively at Ph’east.
The grilled oysters are a favorite of Athakhanh’s husband and Snackboxe Bistro’s general manager, Vanh Sengaphone. The dozen oysters are grilled over an open flame. A special sauce is poured over the oysters before serving and topped with a sprinkle of fried garlic, fried onions, and cilantro.
Ph’east includes both indoor and outdoor seating for around 200 people. The food hall is part of Prep, a commercial kitchen facility serving over 160 metro Atlanta entrepreneurial food companies.”