Sinbad’s Feast is a Persian buffet on Medlock Bridge Road, just a couple minutes north of the intersection of State Bridge Road (Pleasant Hill) and Medlock Bridge. It’s on the right as you head north, hard to miss if you’re careful. We went on a Friday night, a suggestion of Chow Down Atlanta. The idea of plenty of salad and grilled meats made this potentially appealing.
It is very pretty inside. The furniture is solid, and there is plenty of space to sit and stretch out. The buffet line was generally well stocked. Four kinds of beef were being served, as well as two kinds of chicken. There were salads galore, and a well stocked selection of grilled zucchini, eggplant, and onions. There was a spicy salsa on the buffet table as well, so you could control the heat of the meal. There were raw onions, good olives, and mint leaves as well, to add zest and flavor to individual plates.
I can’t say the night was perfect. After being seated, service lost us for a bit, and we had to ask to get someone to our table. That was about the only rough spot on a night that featured plenty of good food, and plenty of food that I could eat (not the easiest thing in a buffet). After the slow start, service was constant and good.
Then there was the belly dancer, tan haired and attractive. My daughter starting teasing her mom by telling her how much she liked the outfit. Soon after a plate of beef arrived at the table, garlic beef if memory serves. That was the best tasting of the meat dishes, highly recommended.
How was it? It’s not often my daughter and wife give me high fives for the choice of a restaurant, but it happened this night.
Verdict: Persian buffet, done extremely well. Highly recommended.
10305 Medlock Bridge Road, Suite C-8
Johns Creek, GA 30097