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Le Fat is a Vietnamese restaurant full of French flair and miles away (literally and figuratively) from Buford Highway's restaurant row. Le Fat's Vietnamese-basics-done-well are not overwhelmingly better than more traditional restaurants like Nam Phuong or a Pho Dai Loi, but they are clearly more chef-y.
Quaint French bistro in Ansley Park neighborhood.
A French bistro from chef Billy Allin and the team behind Cakes and Ale and Proof Bakeshop, Bread & Butterfly serves French-inspired cuisine four times a day.
After 18 years in business, this French cafe is still baking fresh treats daily and delivering boxed lunches around town.
This Castellucci Hospitality Group restaurant offers up Basque cuisine. Located between France and Spain, the Basque region draws equally on both nation's culinary traditions. The menu consists of smaller, tapas-style dishes and larger racciones, created by Landon Thompson, from the restaurant group's other outpost, the Iberian Pig.
European dishes with a modern twist. Casual atmosphere. Full-service bar.
Nestled inside Bacchanalia, Little Bacch is an elegant dining room that features dishes using many ingredients grown by chef-owners Anne Quatrano and Clifford Harrison. Little Bacch serves a seasonal a la carte menu with bites such as oysters, Summmerland farm greens, fish baked in parchment, chocolate soufflé, and more.
When it opened in August 2014, the Luminary became the first of what will be many diverse food offerings in the ambitious new Krog Street Market. Executive chef Eli Kirshtein's debut restaurant, the Luminary is a French-American brasserie with a Southern twist. Expect dishes like crispy catfish brandade (the catfish replaces the usual cod and pickled Vidalias accompany the dish), steak frites, and seafood from the raw bar.
Ford Fry’s 8th Atlanta restaurant, Marcel, is located in the former Abattoir space at 1170 Howell Mill Road. The menu is described as being “influenced by old-school American steakhouses with French roots.” Inside, expect a “dark and glamorous 1920s-inspired aesthetic," with design elements such as a chandelier in the main dining area, a plush living room-like entrance, and numerous antique mirrors trimmed in gold leaf.
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