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Dragon Bowl

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Southeast Asian

Emory Village

$$$$Perfect For:LunchCasual Weeknight DinnerOutdoor/Patio SituationVegetarians
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When we’re near Emory University and get hit with a dumpling craving (happens to you too, right?), we head to Dragon Bowl. This relaxed counter-service spot features a range of Pan-Asian dishes and hails from the team behind Doc Chey’s. Their Shanghai Dumplings are stuffed to the max with pork and a bit of ginger, and we always wish there were more than four. But we’ll usually add dishes like the creamy Thai coconut curry with perfectly roasted carrots (our favorite thing on their constantly changing menu) to fill us up. If you tend to order food like Meg Ryan’s super-extra character in When Harry Met Sally, create your own bowl by selecting a base, veggies, protein, and sauce, and be as particular as you like. 

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