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820 N Highland Ave NE, Atlanta, GA | Directions 3030633.776830 -84.352512
Mon - Fri, 11:30am - 10:30pm; Sat - Sun, noon - 11:30pm
Neighborhoods: St. Charles/ Greenwood, Northeast, Northeast
Great sushi! – The thai may be mediocre, but the sushi rolls are fantastic. Try the Crab roll.
Beginner Thai! – If you don't know anything about Thai cuisine, this might be a good place to start. This is the most basic Thai food, from the owner next door at Surin. Tasteless, no depth, and where is the curry? Service is that of college cafeteria. Hard to find a place to park.
PERFECTION REALIZED FOR LITTLE PRICE – This place serves the best gourmet food in town. The employees are the best servers in the business. There's never a wait: two inside seating areas ideal for parties and events. H&S has the perfect atmosphere for any occasion, business lunch, first date, anniversary. It is kid friendly, but during the day or on a Sunday evening is better family time.
Sushi quality is wonderful! The calamari rocks. And a bottle of sake is 10$ Can't beat that.
This is one of the best restaurants around!
See you there.
best sushi for your buck! – Another long time favorite of mine. Harry & Sons is the perfect blend of sushi quality, atmosphere and value. This spot is not uber-trendy or a see & be seen place, which I prefer. The sushi quality is great and the prices are perfect for what you get. In the 5 years I've been eating here, I have never had a problem with the service. I always recommend Harry & Sons and it's always my first choice when the craving strikes!
I celebrated my 26th birthday party here as well. The original reservation was for 10 - which grew to 20. They did a great job accomodating us all!
Looking forward to more years of great sushi!!
Really Bad Service – I used to love this place. The food was good. I always got the sushi. But, over the past year or more, the service has really gone down hill. The worst offenders seem to be the managers!!! My boyfriend and I were treated really badly 3 or 4 visits in a row last summer and decided to never go back...and we haven't.
The meat-and-three of the Panang Curry/Pad Thai world. – The Scene
Dingily charming, dot-com Bohemian and stocked to the rafters with the mostly underpaid meal-ticket population of the Highlands. Steady yourself for a tossing sea of baseball caps and cell phone types. Nondescript, baldly functional, Harry & Sons is consistently on a wait, and everyone inside is always having a good time.
Business Class Thai, with a sushi bar upgrade. Simple flavors, nicely spicy, with plenty of non-intimidating meats and heaps of veggies. Snack on a spicy tuna roll and potstickers before heading out Friday night; recover from Bar Golf with a bowl of chicken coconut soup; make a midweek date out of spicy noodle and shrimp curry. Stockily reliable, convenient and affordable--welcome to the Highlands' dining hall.
Its Good for the Price – The food was good and the prices are resonable but the service can be improved. Our server took awhile to greet us and then twenty minutes after he took our sushi order, he realized he had lost the order sheet. If its a nice night out, request to sit on the patio, its really nice.
Best susi value – We've tried a lot of susi places in Atlanta, but keep coming back to Harry and Sons, because you can't beat the value. Good, fresh, quality sushi. I'm not usually a "roll" person, but the Yumi roll is out of this world! It's a great restaurant for sharing. The wait can be long, but you'll understand why when you have the food.
Just walk on by... – I really wish this place was better. The inexpensive sushi is buried in rice, which makes it bland. A few things on the menu are tasty like Harry's fingers. But, most of the menu (besides the sushi) is shared with Surin & is better prepared at Surin.
Great combination – I LOVE this place. I love the idea that I can go out for sushi with some non-sushi-loving friends and they will still be able to eat really well. The sushi is delicious and so affordable! And the Thai food is just great. My favorites: the fresh basil rolls, the *pot* *stickers* (YUMYUMYUM), the spicy coconut soup (chicken or shrimp) and really any of the entrees. Sooooooooo GOOD! Only drawback is that it can get pretty crowded. Try to get a patio table.
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