Best in Town: Dinner for 2 at Mushi Ni in EAV
Our personal favorite food purveyors in ATL are offering the most ultimate of dinner spreads for you and foodie friend!
What To Expect
- one Snack to start
- two small bowls with your choice of base and main toppings
- one dessert to share
- two drinks to wash down all that goodness
No cap (that means “to be honest” to the cool-kids in East Atlanta), Mushi Ni has quickly become one of our favorite spots in town since they first opened and started slinging Asian street style food made with extremely high-end cooking techniques using local ingredients. At this point, we think of Mushi Ni as your favorite foodie's favorite food. So how should we celebrate all this love you ask? Well, Michael and Tanya (the owner’s of Mushi Ni), has decided to gift us an exclusive on the most ultimate of dinner for 2 spreads: 1 starter snack to share, 2 bowls with your choice of base and main topping, any dessert to satisfy your sweet tooth and drinks to wash everything down! AND THE BEST PART IS ALL THAT GRUB AND DRANK ONLY COSTS $22 FOR US! THANK YOU MICHAEL AND TANYA OF MUSHI NI! <3 <3 <3
Mushi Ni is a collaboration between wife and husband: Tanya Jimenez and Michael Le. They have never bothered with job titles, but Tanya basically runs the food side of the business and Michael does almost everything else. Tanya was born in Manila. She moved to the States in 2006 to attend the Culinary Institute of America in New York. After graduation, she worked for Chef Gordon Ramsay's The London restaurant in NYC for 5 years before moving to ATL. She worked at Bacchanalia while participating in a Women in Culinary Leadership Program Grant from the James Beard Foundation under the tutelage of Chef Anne Quatrano of Star Provisions. Michael was born in Saint Louis, Missouri and after graduating culinary school he spent his time living all over the United States and Europe honing his culinary skills and learning new techniques. So long story short? These two have some of the most impressive cooking tenures we have ever seen.
In the words of Michael and Tanya, “We realize that food is essential to one's health. As chefs, we always look for somewhere to eat and try something new. But we always find ourselves driving forty-five minutes to an hour to find a place that is healthy, yummy and affordable. So we decided to make the food ourselves!!! That way our city would have a reliable option for the healthiest, yummy Asian food possible. After spending years in big cities all over the world cooking in top-line restaurants and hotels, mastering fine food and using top line ingredients- we wanted to create an establishment that has delicious and fun food while using the best ingredients at an affordable price. We aim to focus on working with local farmers, small business owners, and artisans.“
So hurry up folks, this dinner is one you’ll reminisce on for ages to come. At the very least you will be able to flex so hard on your Insta-slam followers when you upload pics of this feast.