The Joint: Japaneck Frank 2.0


From Staff Reports

Everyone has their “go-to” place to eat. It might be with linen tablecloths and waiters in ties, or where you throw peanuts on the floor and carve your initials in the wooden tables. Whatever and wherever, it’s your “joint.”

There are lots of these places around here, and we’re out to find them all in The Joints column. This month – it’s Japaneck Frank 2.0.

Japaneck Frank 2.0

It is always a pleasure when one of your “joints” just knocks it out of the park. Like a scrawny little kid who becomes Mr. Athlete, welcome to Japaneck Frank 2.0. 

Frank started out in a small food trailer. He focused on Hibachi dishes that included fried rice and vegetables, with a selection of steak, chicken, salmon or any combination you wanted. We always said he had some of the best sauces we’ve ever had, all homemade. He became so popular he built a bigger trailer. 

And now, well he still serves all of the above, but let’s add sushi, bento boxes, fried rice bowls, mushroom soup (awesome), gyoza (to die for dumplings) and well, much more.

Let’s go back to the sushi for a second. He has everyone you would want plus some pretty amazing “special rolls.” Like the 5 in 1 Roll. That would be tuna, salmon, red snapper and yellowtail deep fried w/ eel sauce, spicy mayo, honey wasabi, sriracha sauce topped w/scallions & masago.

Like we said, “special.”

Frank has given up his wheels and moved into a brick and mortar spot located inside Senoia Coffee House’s “Mess Hall.” Just enter the coffee house and go toward the back. But if you need a catering job, he will always fire up the trailer for you.

30 Main Street, Suite C,
Monday – Closed
Tuesday – Sunday
Lunch: 11:30 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Dinner: 3 p.m. – 9 p.m.

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