Food Terminal achieves the impossible by packing the incredible diversity of Malaysian cuisine onto a single menu. The food is a confluence of Indian, Chinese, and southeast Asian flavors. Alongside well-known provinces like Guang Zhao, the magazine menu (literally you’re given a magazine) advertises local dishes from small towns we’d never heard of. Dishes are organized by region— try the crispy pork bao, roti Canai, beef rendang, Grandma’s Cantonese BBQ, and curry chicken noodle soup. Despite the ambitious culinary undertaking, the setting remains casual and inviting. With handsome black and yellow contemporary design set off by expressive calligraphy, you could mistake Food Terminal for a street market in Malaysia. We love it and so does Atlanta.