Located at 919 Peachtree St in Atlanta, Silk is an upscale pan-Asian spot to take your honey out to tonight! The service is really wonderful, the location is one of the best to enjoy Atlanta to it’s fullest, and the food is sooo good!
The dining experience is sleek and rich, and it’s where all the hip young people are looking to spend their late, late nights on the town with a sexy combination of bamboo flooring, walnut accents, glass and silk panels behind the bar, and even a really sexy bathroom! And even with all this sexiness going on, the restaurant still manages to maintain that warm and comfortable atmosphere to enjoy if it’s just you and your honey tonight.
Seems like they’re always open, on Mondays through Thursdays, 11:30 an to 2:30 pm and 5 pm to 11 pm; Fridays 11:30 am to 2:30 pm and 5pm to 12am, and Saturdays 5 pm to 12am, Sundays 5 pm to 10 pm.
The menu is endless, and for dinner you can enjoy a great Tapas to start off with, like the Seafood Tower, $8.50, which is a great assortment of seasonal seafood served both hot and cold, including lobster, shrimp, mussels and scallops… all enough for four people! Or try the Furikake Fried Calamari, $9.00, fried with a furikake fused batter and served with sriracha aioli dipping sauce; Or if you are going vegetarian style then try the Vegetarian Appetizer, $7.00, that is a roasted bell pepper cup filled with mushrooms, asparagus, edamame, and pine nuts with a miso peanut sauce. The Grilled Dumplings are great too, $6.00, which are dumpling skins filled with shredded duck breast, napa, carrots and shiitake mushrooms.
Or, start it off right with a salad instead, like the Caesar Salad with Tofu Dressing and Roasted Almond, $6.00; Organic Spring Mixed Garden Salad, $5.00; or even a great soup or bisque!
So, are you in the mood for some great sushi tonight? Try a sushi dinner, like the Nigiri Special, $23, which comes with nine pieces of chef’s choice Nigiri and a roll; the Sashimi Special, $32, with nineteen pieces of Sashimi; or even the Omakase, $40, which is a “special dinner representing the finest choice of fish and the innovative ideas from the chef.”
All of the restaurant’s entrées are great, like the Surf and Turf, $40, a five-ounce Lobster Tail and an eight-ounce Filet Mignon; the Chilean Sea Bass, $26, prepared in a sake miso marinade, broiled and served with Jasmine rice with hijiki seaweed; the Lamb Rack, $30, with tamarind mustard glaze, sautéed baby spinach and saffron sweet potato; Thai Seafood Pasta, $26, with shrimp, scallops, mussels and calamari, on Inaniwa hand made noodles sautéed in a spicy Thai sauce with asparagus, bell peppers, shiitake mushrooms and tomatoes; Red Snapper, $25, with berry ponzu miso lobster sauce; the unusual and tasty New Zealand Wild Elk Rack, $42, with a black pepper glaze; or even the Asian BBQ Ribs, $27, served with Asian cole slaw and wasabi mashed potatoes.
There’s plenty of great steak selections, too, all seasoned with the restaurant’s special spice rub, like the Kobe Steak, which is an eight-ounce filet of Japan’s famous “melts in your mouth” beef or the Bone-In Ribeye, Filet Mignon, or even try the Filet Trio – it’s three tender four ounce filets served with with Kabocha squash and wasabi mashed potatoes.
Call the restaurant at (678) 705-8888.