Guy Wong, local chef and owner of Miso Izakaya, is launching Le Fat, a Vietnamese restaurant this summer. The restaurant will showcase Vietnamese com (rice), bun (vermicelli), clay pots and stir-fry.
 
“I’m looking forward to sharing flavors of Vietnam with the Westside community,” Wong said. "I am honored to be a part of West Midtown's new dining scene and I believe Le Fat will be a welcomed dining spot in the thriving neighborhood."
 
The new concept will be housed at 935 Marietta Street in West Midtown with designs by Smith Hanes, interior architects known for establishments such as The Optimist, Watershed on Peachtree and JCT. Kitchen & Bar. Unlike traditional Asian restaurant designs, Le Fat’s interior pulls from Vietnam’s French-colonial influences. The 3,300-square-foot restaurant is decorated with muted colors, 1950s-inspired hand-painted wallpaper and custom lighting.
 


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