Geisha House @ Atlantic Station

28 Dec

Geisha House is located in our favorite place, Atlantic Station. Mostly because it less than a mile from our place, so close we could walk to it.. well, when it warms up we could. And on Sunday everything on the menu is 50% off!! Super sweet deal.

Warning.. Before viewing these pictures I must warn you! This place is very dark and sexy.. so, if it gets you in the mood, it isn’t my fault!

Or maybe not.. but really, my warning is you may not be able to see the pictures so well since it was dark heehee

The theme is red = sexy

The decor and music gives it a club feel, which I like minus the people dancing or stage to view.

A “G” and an “H” illuminated by candle light on the wall. Candles were everywhere.

That is the menu above, and yes that is a close up on a Geisha applying her red lipstick.

Not the small family owned hole in the wall we are use to but, the rolls were great!

My favorite starter dish that I always order at every sushi place, tuna tataki. It wasn’t sliced as thin as I am use to, but the ponzu sauce with scallions and masago (fish roe) made my belly happy.

The rolls were larger than we thought. The server had warned us that they served tapas style dining, meaning small portions. We couldn’t even finish it all.

Oh, and the drink was very dark and sexy as well. It was called a Cherry Blossom. It was a type of amaretto sour, but with Jack Daniel’s added as well.  Did I mention it was strong!?

The rolls weren’t over the top amazing, but not horrible. I enjoyed the four rolls Luis and I ordered. I probably wouldn’t eat there if it wasn’t a Sunday, but all in all, this place might just be my Sunday go to sushi place, thanks to the 50% off.

One Response to “Geisha House @ Atlantic Station”


  1. Kani House @ Cumming, GA « 1,460 Days of Georgia - January 4, 2011

    […] my Cherry Blossom Martini, which is almost like the one I ordered from Geisha House in Atlantic Station, but better. It had a lighter, sweeter taste and cooled my mouth nicely since my sushi rolls were […]

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