Recently while staying in Peach Tree City on business my wife and I perused the local UrbanSpoon listings and decided to try Chopsticks China Bistro; a decision well made.
Peach Tree City is a unique enclave of a community that has somehow managed to hide all of the trappings of suburban culture behind a facade of nature and trees, and as such you may be only a few hundred feet from the local Target and literally have no idea it’s there. The proclivity to the community to embrace the rural surroundings established, the plaza where Chopsticks is located is no exception. Tucked away at the corner of one of the community’s bigger intersections, the quiet and well-appointed
restaurant is as un-ostentatious as they come; warm, friendly, clean and inviting. In fact the large but quiet shopping plaza that houses this restaurant is the perfect complement to the nature of the restaurant itself.
Once inside Chopsticks China Bistro, I was immediately taken by just how well the restaurant was actually appointed. Quality sit-down Chinese restaurants like this are becoming harder and harder to find in Florida, so readily replaced by the overly-numerous New York style fast-food Chinese restaurants that now reside on nearly every major corner it seems. But I digress, Chopsticks is well appointed and a delightful homage to the quality of Chinese dining from years past.
The hostess and serving staff were extremely friendly, polite and accommodating seeing to our dining needs and making us feel at home in the decently large and spaciously well-appointed dining room. After perusing the menu, my wife and I decided to try one of their dinners for (2), which included soup (we opted for the traditional Egg drop) an appetizer of (2) spring rolls and (2) chicken sticks and an entrée consisting of two large portions of both Mongolian Beef and Sweet and Sour Chicken served with fried-rice, noodles and steamed Chinese vegetables. To put it frankly, we thoroughly enjoyed our mountain of food. Each item was well prepared, plated and presented and the freshly made Chinese noodles were excellent.
Walking out of Chopsticks with a bill totaling no more than $28 including tax and 18% gratuity it’s hard to imagine a better deal for this caliber of food or dining experience being had elsewhere in Peach Tree City. Strongly recommended, it is our intent to visit Chopsticks China Bistro each and every time we find ourselves in Atlanta.
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