Make the Bon Ton BTAF Meatball Roll at home

The final product is the BTAF meatball roll from Bon Ton. Photo by Ligaya Figueras

At Bon Ton in Midtown, Vietnamese and Creole cuisine combine as an example of the Next-Gen Vietnamese food trend.

“Take a look at Bon Ton’s old-school laminated menu, and you’ll notice an interesting mix: New Orleans-style po’boys and Vietnamese banh mis, Cajun gumbo and lo lat rolls,” writes AJC contributor Wendell Brock. “What’s happening here? This Myrtle Street joint with the Bourbon Street-meets-Saigon party vibe is the latest example of Next-Gen Vietnamese dining in Atlanta. A partnership between Eric Simpkins and Darren Carr of the Lawrence and Hieu Pham of Buford Highway’s Crawfish Shack, it’s a little bit Chamblee and a little bit Midtown.”

Chef Matt Floyd took us through the process of creating a BTAF Meatball Roll. Check out the process below.

675 Myrtle Street N.E., Atlanta. 404-996-6177. www.bontonatl.com/

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