Owned by Mali Hu and George Muh (The One Sushi +, Monkey 68, Katana Teppanyaki & Sushi), the restaurant won’t serve sushi, focusing instead on “comfort food with Asian influences” and “Asian small plates and entrees” by chef David Yun, a representative tells Eater Atlanta.
Yun’s menu should include appetizers and small bites like short rib Korean meatballs and oxtail dumplings and entrees such as bulgogi in a tomato-gochujang bolognese sauce and chicken pappardelle with a shiso cream sauce. Once the restaurant acquires its liquor license, expect to find seasonal cocktails and “spirits free” drinks on the menu, along with beer, wine, and sake.
Eater Atlanta reached out for a menu and further details.
Hu and Muh closed Katana Teppanyaki & Sushi in June after more than four years on Lenox Road across from Lenox Square Mall in Buckhead to focus on opening Monkey 68 in Alpharetta.
Monday - Thursday, 5 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.; Friday and Saturday, 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.; Sunday 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.
160 North Main Street, Alpharetta. monkey68atl.com.