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Gaja Restaurant & Bar


491 Flat Shoals Ave SE Ste A, Atlanta
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If Gaja Korean Bar feels hidden, it’s because it kind of is. Aside from the tiny sign with its name in red lettering above the door, it’s an easy-to-miss entrance on the back side of a brick building shared by a mini market and CBD store. You’ll know you're getting warm when you pull into a parking lot that definitely hasn’t been re-paved since the ’70s. Getting in isn’t particularly memorable, but the food at this Korean small plates spot in East Atlanta Village is. Nothing on the menu is more than $15, and the smallish space serves up some of the best beef bulgogi this side of I-20.

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