CAN YOU FEEL THE BURN!!!!
This is one of our favorite restaurants. Roger has made many meetup's here, for Sunday Brunch and Dim Sum. I say let's go there and enjoy a night of HEAT and great FLAVOR.
As their website say's:" We are considered one of the best, if not the best, Szechuan restaurant in Atlanta. Some of our honorable mentions include "Best of Atlanta" by Atlanta Magazine (2011), The Atlanta 50 by the AJC (2013), and Eater 38 (2013).
We invite you to come and experience authentic Szechuan food. We strive to provide nutritional and tasty Authentic Szechuan cuisine by using only quality ingredients while providing guests with prompt, professional, friendly and courteous service. We maintain a clean, comfortable and well maintained establishment so our customers can enjoy their dining experience."
If you don't like it too hot come along as we can order family style and have a mix of plates that you can enjoy without peeling the skin off the inside of your mouth. If you don't believe me read the reviews below. Get there early or on time or we will start another Spanish Inquisition...
Gu's Bistro (http://www.gusbistro.com/home.html)
Chef Gu with two popular dishes: Tea Smoked Duck (left) and Stuffed Tofu (right).
Q: What are the most popular dishes that are ordered by your customers?
Chef Gu: Stuffed Tofu, Dan Dan Noodles, Zhong-style Dumplings, Jumbo Shrimp with Walnuts, Crispy Fish Filet with Peanuts and Red Chili Pepper, Husband and Wife, Hot Pots, Tea Smoked Duck, and Smoked Pork are the most popular dishes ordered.
Critic Reviews"The sliced lamb with cumin can be ablaze with spicy peppers."
"Favorites at this Buford Highway spot include the tea-smoked duck and the dry eggplant."
"From the Traditional Chinese menu (which is as legit as you'll find translated into English), you're going to find something to make your belly happy."
-Atlanta Eats (http://atlantaeats.com/dish-worth-the-drive/gus-bistro/)
"The array of herbs, spices and sauces reveals a panoply of deep, strong tastes, sometimes by contrasting them with mild, muted ones."
-Georgia Trend (http://www.georgiatrend.com/March-2012/Art-of-The-Meal-Gus-Bistro/)
"Gu's has quietly become the favorite among many Chinese food fanatics."
-A (http://www.georgiatrend.com/March-2012/Art-of-The-Meal-Gus-Bistro/)tlanta Magazine (http://www.atlantamagazine.com/guides/bestofatlanta2011/Details.aspx?id=8850)
"This newcomer to Buford Highway uses more complexity in the spicing department and displays virtuouso technique."
-Knife and Fork
"It is an enjoyable experience and one that should be shared with family and friends."
-Atlanta Journal Constitution (AJC) (http://blogs.ajc.com/food-and-more/2011/06/09/gus-bistro-restaurant-review-doraville/)
Review Websites"Favorite Chinese restaurant in Atlanta by far."
"Most Chinese restaurants in Atlanta are terrible, but this is 5 stars."
"Sichuan food that you would get in Sichuan, China."
Food Blog Websites
"The Zhong Style Dumplings are hands down the best I've ever had. The sauce is unique and the dumplings melt in your mouth. I challenge you to find some better dumplings."
-T (http://marieletseat.com/2013/06/11/gus-bistro-doraville-ga/)he Dry Rub (http://thedryrub.blogspot.com/2013/09/atlantas-best-chinese-restaurant-gus.html)
"The tea-smoked duck tasted and felt like it was made with lots of hands-on attention. That went for the entire meal, all of the servers were top-notch and all of the food was very good."
-Marie, Let's Eat! (http://marieletseat.com/2013/06/11/gus-bistro-doraville-ga/)
"Sauteed snow pea leaves, a special that day. Fresh, lightly stir-fried in garlic, it was all I want out of my Asian vegetable dish."
-AlandLil Blog (http://alandlil.blogspot.com/2012/01/gus-bistro.html)
"Swiping handmade dumplings through a sauce rich in chili oil, it's one of life's many pleasures."
-Review Atlanta (http://www.reviewatlanta.com/2011/08/17/gus-bistro/)
"The Chengdu Noodles, along with the wontons we tried were very spicy, but in a good way where even though my mouth was numb and my eyes were watering, I could not stop eating the delicious food that was in front of me."
-Peace, Love, Food (http://peacelovefoodie.blogspot.com/2011/07/gus-bistro.html)