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At age 15, Amy began her culinary path selling street-style noodles from a kiosk in Malaysia. Together with Howie, the duo came to the United States to pursue the American dream as entrepreneurs. Howie and Amy spent decades exploring culinary achievements, creating brands such as Top Spice and Sweet Hut. Even after years of business accomplishments, the real satisfaction for them is not the success of the restaurants and bakeries, but the appreciation people express after tasting their food.

Inspired by the chefs’ personal cultural background, Food Terminal’s concept reflects Malaysia’s diverse culinary cuisine. Malaysian food draws influence from India, Guang Zhou, Hokkien, Teochew, and Hakka provinces due to the early 1900’s migration for tin and railroad labor demand. As such, Food Terminal’s menu features a high variety of Asian street foods with heavy emphasis on Malaysian cuisine. Food Terminal’s mission is to bring the most authentic Asian-style street taste and experience to Buford Highway.

 
 

Some of Our Favorites —

 
 

Garlic Bone Marrow

Food Terminal’s Garlic Bone Marrow boils roasted bone marrow into rich white broth, suffusing the broth with a strong pork flavor with creamy consistency. Served with Food Terminal’s signature thin noodle, five spice pork belly, roasted bone marrow, wood ear, seaweed, spring onion, and soft boiled egg. .

 

Ipoh Chicken Ho Fun

Ipoh Chicken HorFun is a traditional noodle soup dish from a small town named Ipoh in Malaysia. Rice noodles, HorFun, was introduced into Malaysia when an influx of Guang Zhou residents migrated into Ipoh for tin mining. Ipoh Hor Fun became wildly popular as a staple food when served in chicken broth, with shredded chicken, fresh shrimp, fish cakes, and bean sprouts, topped with chives and garnished with fried shallots. 

 

Hainanese Chicken

A dish adapted from early Chinese immigrants who were originally from the Hainan province in southern China. Hainanese Chicken is considered to be one of Singapore’s national dishes. Hainanese chicken rice is most commonly associated with Singaporean, Malaysian, and Hainanese cuisines, although it is also popular in Thailand and Vietnam. It’s listed as #45 on World’s 50 most delicious foods compiled by CNN Go in 2011! Bone-in chicken perfectly poached, served with fragrant chicken stock rice, complemented with signature soy sauce.

 

 

Kari Chicken Noodle Soup 

A Malaysian favorite! The curry noodle base, infused with coconut milk, served in a bed of Food Terminal’s signature thin noodle, chicken thigh, fish cake, fried shallot, and hard-boiled egg.

 

Grandma Wonton BBQ Pork

Featuring Grandma’s secret BBQ Pork recipe, this popular Cantonese tossed noodle is served with Food Terminal’s signature thin noodle, wonton, bok choy, bean sprout, spring onion, and fried shallot.

 

Cheese N' Cheese

An exciting new way to make fried rice! Try the Cheese ’N Cheese with tomato-braised rice, egg, cheddar cheese, mozzarella cheese, smoked bacon, grilled spam, fresh corn, red onion, fried shallots, spring onions, and bell peppers over hot cast iron. 

 

Roti Canai

Soft and fluffy on the inside and flaky on the outside, roti is a type of flatbread originally from India. It has been adapted to local regional culture, starting from its name - the Malay word “Canai” means to flatten. Served with Daal.

 

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Location

5000 Buford HWY B201
Chamblee, GA 30341

 

Hours

11 am – 11 pm

OPEN EVERYDAY

 

Contact

(678) 353-6110
info@foodterminal.com