For Cornbread + Kimchi founder and chef LaMara Davidson, one of the best things about living in Atlanta is the robust Korean community. The daughter of an African American serviceman and a Korean émigré mother, she moved to the city as a child and would surround herself in an abundance of Asian flavors and Southern foods, which helped shape her palate for a future in food. Since then, she’s studied at NYC’s The New School’s Culinary Arts and Atlanta’s Le Cordon Bleu; worked as a chef at The Ritz Carlton Atlanta, JW Marriott Austin and the Gaylord Texan Resort and as corporate “fixer” chef for Marriott International; and made multiple appearances as a food expert/ judge/panelist in food festivals around the country, magazines, and most recently Beat Bobby Flay. She currently cooks and ships meals through CookUnity.com. You can follow her on Instagram @cheflamara and at cornbreadandkimchi.com.
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Poetree Cafe is a cute Korean cafe with great pasta and Donkatsu dishes.
We keep Pelicana’s fried chicken on our delivery rotation since it arrives at our doorstep as crunchy as when we eat it in the Atlantic Station restaurant.
Mukja Korean Fried Chicken
The fast-casual midtown fried chicken joint has a variety of excellent Korean-American side dishes that steal the show.
The Best Korean Fusion Dishes In Atlanta
These ribs, corn dogs, and fried green tomatoes are some of the best things popping out of these K-ATL kitchens.
Mr. Cow’s is one of our favorite places to grab a K-Dog with fun toppings like Flaming Cheetos and caramel puff barley.
Krave is a counter-service Korean restaurant, and the ideal after-work stop when you need a quick, filling meal.