I've been to Thai places all over Atlanta, and when I lived up north I have been to several good ones in New York City. I really think Chandara is the best of all of them. My son thinks so too, and he loves spice and gets his food "Thai hot". It's worth trying, and less expensive than some others in the area. My daughter is a sushi fan and always gets sushi, so we can all go and everyone gets what they want. I used to live right nearby, and now I find myself driving 12 miles to eat there. It's that good.
Posted: 6/25/2009 • Link to this review
I agree with previous reviewer in that the food is good, fresh, generous & expensive. However, and a big however...I have had serious issues with service there, especially at lunch. I haven't gone back since my last experience. I was seated by the hostess/waitress (I've only seen the one). I then sat for a period of time as she waited on another 2 tables. She then seated another party (after me.) The hostess/waitress then proceeded to take the party's order that came in after me. I had yet to be waited on or even acknowledged since being seated. She then processed a customer at the register and even had time to chit-chat with him about a plant. To make matters worse she took the plant to water it while I still had not been waited on. By that time I'd had enough and left. I have not been back. We only get one hour for lunch and these businesses know this. There are too many other places to dine in Roswell than suffer thru lousy service. This restaurant didn't earn my lunch business so it is very doubtful I will go there for dinner.
Posted: 7/09/2008 • Last edited: 2/03/2009 • Link to this review
when this little place opened up right by our house we were really thrilled b/c we've pretty must exahuasted our repertoire of restaurants in this area. we currently have to drive to the other end of roswell for good sushi and thai. not anymore! everything we have tried is excellent. i tried the sushi last night and it was great..very fresh...my rainbow roll was 10 pieces instead of 6 or 8. the volcano roll was TDF! only problem is the location-its tucked away in the corner of the Publix shopping center at Sandy plains and 92, therefore is easy to miss, so people don't know it is there and as a result they don't get as much business as they deserve. please, give this place a try. i would hate to see it go under and then we'll have to drive all they way to BFE again. the service is fine and they are nice and attentive. prices aren't the cheapest but its worth it, for sure.
Posted: 7/03/2008 • Last edited: 2/03/2009 • Link to this review