It seems that for so long we’ve been on the hunt for a stop where we can take a culinary tour of Asia without having to restaurant hop – that is until this Marietta stop opened its doors to us.It seems that for so long we’ve been on the hunt for a stop where we can take a culinary tour of Asia without having to restaurant hop – that is until this Marietta stop opened its doors to us. Whether we’ve got the phô shakes, a hankerin’ for sushi, or an insatiable craving for a heaping, hot pile of pad thai, it’s all here, fresh as can be and waiting for us to
Perhaps what Xengo is most well known for is their sushi. We’re big fans of their Drunken Tiger roll, a saucy combination of flash-fried tuna and other ingredients, served up with special white and spicy sauces. Then there’s the Spicy Tuna 7, which is akin to the classic roll of a similar name, but layered with seven crunchy, flavorful spices that lend it a whole new breed of zest. Looking for some flavors of Thailand? It doesn’t get more authentic than the Cousin Thai Whole Red Snapper. Yup, they fry the whole darn fish then douse it with a special sauce made of chilis, basil and peppers. (Decadent and delicious. Then of course there are other culinary staples – pad thai, Mongolian beef, piping hot bowls of pho, and spicy basil fried rice. Yup, a couple trips to Xengo and you can consider your culinary passport well stamped.
Cousin Thai Whole Red Snapper, $15
Drunken Tiger Roll, $9.95
Dancing Eel Roll, $11
Spicy Tuna 7 Roll, $8.95
NY Strip Steak Pho, $13
Monday – Saturday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Monday – Thursday, 4 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Friday & Saturday, 4 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.
Sunday, 4 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.