It’s no secret that I adore Asian food. From Japanese and Thai food to Indian, Korean, and Malaysian, it’s all SO delicious, and I particularly love that so much of it is (or can be) gluten-free and pescatarian-friendly. That’s why whenever I travel, I try to find unique and authentic Asian restaurants like OSHA Thai Sushi Galleria in Atlanta, GA. Their inspiration comes from Thai and Japanese cuisine, but the owners (one is a tattoo artist by trade!) put a very artistic spin on their creations and the hand-drawn wall art in the restaurant. Read on to learn why we loved our meal here so much!
OSHA Thai Sushi Galleria
Location: Atlanta, GA
Address: 1820 Peachtree Road Northwest
Atlanta, GA 30309
Food Type: Thai
Dining Experience: Indoor
Price: $50+ per Person
Dress Code: Smart Casual +
Special Diets: Pescatarian, Gluten-Free (not GF dedicated)
The eclectic atmosphere of the restaurant is a reminder of the food’s origins. Decor inspired by Thailand and beyond, like bags of shrimp chips, beautiful Thai dresses, and vintage Thai language food advertisements, decorate the walls amidst black and gold paintings handmade by one of the owners, a tattoo artist by trade.
Sunlight streamed into the space invitingly during our visit, making it warm and bright as we enjoyed our fantastic meals. I wish I had spent more time admiring the decor because it looked cool.
OSHA Thai Galleria Menu & Our Meals
We began by ordering a sushi roll. We went with the Fuji Yama San, comprised of shrimp tempura, avocado, and cucumber inside and torched scallops with black tobiko on top. I could only eat the top of it, but it smelled delicious and amazing. The presentation was entertaining and unique, adding what appeared to be an aquarium decoration adhered to the plate with rice. I’d never seen anything like that before.
I ordered the Pad Zee-Ew Shrimp, and the flavor blew me away, the perfectly tender shrimp and the fresh and flavorful vegetables. I love Thai food and generally try more varied dishes other than this one or Pad Thai, but our server said it was her favorite thing on the menu, and I can see why. It was so tasty! Lots of their dishes can be made gluten-free, so if you have an allergy, ask what they can modify. They’re accommodating!
Robin ordered the Panang Curry Fish, and I knew it would be incredible just from smelling it. He said it was some of the best fish he’d ever had. The crunchy outer layer of the fish was the perfect complement to the smooth, rich sauce made of roasted red chili paste, creamy coconut milk with bell pepper, green bean, and kaffir lime leaves with Jasmine rice.
Everything here was excellent, from the food and the atmosphere to the service and the convenience of getting here from the nearby parking garage. I’ll definitely return the next time we’re in Atlanta!
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