Liu Fu, a reincarnation of China Inn, is back at Johns Creek

We were a bit saddened when China Inn closes its door last year. The owner reopens its business under a new name “Liu Fu” in February at Johns Creek. It caters to the largest concentration of Asian families in Georgia, according to 2010 Census Bureau statistics.

The restaurant has a cozy and beautiful decor of dark woods leftover by previous restaurant operator. Liu Fu owners basically move in with their Chinese decorative items. Strange enough, the combination of East and West decors make the space looks quite stunning.

The menu is basically the same as the former China Inn at Peachtree Industrial Boulevard.

Pocket Tofu ($12) which is smashed tofu with chicken steamed and sauteed with white sauce. This is a highly recommended dish to order.

Another dish not to be missed is the Sichuan Spicy Boiled Beef ($16). It is the signature dish of the restaurant. Comes with cabbage and spicy sichuan sauces. It goes well with steam white rice.

Honey Glazed Walnut Shrimp ($14) is another recommended dish for family with kids. The sweetness of the honey combines well with the crunch of walnut and shrimp.

Another favorite dish to order is the sauteed string beans with pork ($11). Sweet and salty taste makes the dish savory with steamed white rice.

Service is friendly and attentive. Prices are reasonable given it is located in northern Gwinnett.

A great destination for business lunch and family dinner on the weekends.

Liu Fu
11625 Medlock Bridge Rd,
Duluth, GA 30097
(678) 957-8889

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