I photographed Doc Chey’s Noodle House off of N. Highland Ave. in Atlanta for the Virginia Highlands Patch newspaper on Thursday, August 18, 2011. Owned by Rich Chey, the restaurant opened in 1997. Chey modeled his noodle house after ones found in the Northeast’s China Towns such as New York and Boston. Rich’s motto is let’s bring noodles to the people. These are my favorite images from the restaurant.
Doc Chey's Noodle House is located at 1424 N. Highland Ave. and offers patrons table and noodle bar seating, an outdoor patio and a selection of beers and wines.
Doc Chey's serves up the General Chey's stirfry with broccoli, onions, red peppers, and chicken with a side of brown rice.
Doc Chey's serves up the Shanghai dumplings with handmade steamed dumplings stuffed with pork and fresh ginger.
Doc Chey's offers patrons a covered outdoor patio.
Doc Chey's serves up the Thai peanut salad with salad greens, vegetables, egg noodles, peanuts, cilantro and wonton strips with a housemade peanut dressing.
Doc Chey's offers patron table as well as noodle bar seating.
Doc Chey's serves up the Japanese teriyaki udon bowl with carrots, bok choy, onions, udon noodles and tofu with a teriyaki glazed dressing.
Doc Chey's offers patrons noodle bar seating overlooking the kitchen.
Doc Chey's serves up the Thai coconut chicken soup with chicken, mushrooms, broccoli, red peppers, basil and chili oil in a coconut chicken broth.