Chow Bing, the new healthy and affordable Chinese restaurant that opened recently at the Pencil Factory Flats and Shops downtown, has had a pretty incredible first few weeks.
If you’re just now hearing about Chow Bing for the first time, here’s the concept:
Chow Bing differentiates itself from traditional Chinese restaurants with its focus on natural (and gluten-free upon request) ingredients. The restaurant’s owner, Gary Lin, prides himself on working with responsible suppliers. He uses meats from animals that are humanely raised without antibiotics or growth hormones, serves sustainable seafood, and purchases vegetables primarily from local sources. And after all of that, the delicious food is still https://tadalafilhome.com affordable. Diners can enjoy Chow Bing’s build-your-own Bing (burrito) or Bowl with premium protein and vegetable combinations starting at $8.00. All menu items are cooked to order.
The Atlanta press has been buzzing about Chow Bing. Here are some of the articles we’ve rounded up along with a few photos of some of the restaurant’s tasty (and healthy!) dishes.
Creative Loafing, Chow Bing: Bubble Tea and Burritos, April 20, 2013
Thrillist, Chow Bing: Asian Burritos and Boozy Bubble Tea in Grant Park, April 24, 2013
Getaways for Grownups, Chow Bing, May 5, 2013
Atlanta Restaurant Blog, Chow Bing: Fast Casual Chinese in Old Fourth Ward, May 6, 2013