There's never been a better time to check out the Memphis restaurant scene. We’re seeing Downtown become an established culinary destination with the opening of a great food hall and continued growth in all sectors. Crosstown Concourse continues to bring us new and exciting dining options, and its momentum is reinvigorating old neighborhoods like Madison Heights. From fine dining and soul food to the diner of your dreams, Memphis is making it happen in big ways. And of course we didn't forget our insider knowledge of barbecue and chicken wing spots. Here are the best spots that opened in 2018, along with some of our tried and true favorites.
Refreshing Asian-fusion from the godfather of Chinese food in Memphis
Eddie Pao, who has been in the restaurant business for 40 years and is known as the “Godfather of Chinese Food” can be found in the kitchen of Mosa, which he owns with his daughter, Michelle Pao-Levine. Eddie’s first restaurant, Formosa, opened in 1978 on Summer Avenue (and is now closed). Mosa is like its more sophisticated sister, and has a more elegant atmosphere and refined menu. Eddie’s Rainbow Panang Curry is definitely bucket list material.
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