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French American Brasserie

4 star rating 8 Reviews

(404) 266-1440(404) 266-1440 View Website »

30 Ivan Allen Jr Blvd, Ste 125Atlanta, GA 30308

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  • French American Brasserie - Atlanta, GA -  susanleeoliver

    Reviews: 10

    Foie Gras
    susanleeoliver (10 reviews)
    9/26/2008

    You can get real French food here. Foie Gras, escargot, decent french bordeaux. Also the roof top bar is really lovely.

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  • French American Brasserie - Atlanta, GA -  tessiegirl

    Reviews: 944

    Authentic French Cooking
    tessiegirl (944 reviews)
    5/17/2008

    We thought the food at FAB tasted like the real thing we had in France. I wasn't really crazy about the atmosphere, but the service was great, and the prices are average if you consider the quality of the food.

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  • French American Brasserie - Atlanta, GA -  harryk

    Reviews: 17

    Fine French fare, but the atmosphere is lacking...
    harryk (17 reviews)
    5/16/2008

    I've been to "FAB" several times now, returning for the food (try the white bean soup) and service, both of which I would rate as above average, but not necessarily outstanding. The space itself, however, leaves something to be desired. The main dining room is cavernous, so much so that you feel like you're eating your lunch in the food court of an upscale mall. The lesser dining areas are between the main room and the parking garage - if you're seated in them, be prepared to be constantly brushed by restaurant staff and patrons on their way back and forth - very distracting. Also, although the place is nicely appointed, the overall effect is somewhat cold and has the air of a large chain steakhouse, not that of a cozy French bistro.

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  • French American Brasserie - Atlanta, GA -  Pl_man

    Reviews: 3

    Great
    Pl_man (3 reviews)
    4/16/2008

    I visited for the first time last month, and I must say it was wonderful! The food was fantastic and the location and atmosphere were perfect! Thier prices are a little steep, which is to be expected, but its well worth it.

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  • French American Brasserie - Atlanta, GA -  JKinAtlanta

    Reviews: 52

    A very nice, but pricey, lunch
    JKinAtlanta (52 reviews)
    4/14/2008

    I've been a couple times now for business lunches. The service is excellent and the food very good, but pricey, as you might expect. I wouldn't routinely shell that out for a personal lunch, but for a biz meeting, it's good food in a nice setting.

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  • French American Brasserie - Atlanta, GA -  Morgs70

    Reviews: 19

    Wonderful !
    Morgs70 (19 reviews)
    10/16/2007

    Go there a lot for dinner, always stay at the bar, love the food, the service, the ambiance and the staff. Any food lover need to go there, and appreciate a real parisien brasserie. Keep up with the good job FAB.

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  • French American Brasserie - Atlanta, GA -  lizzybef33

    Reviews: 29

    Nice atmosphere
    lizzybef33 (29 reviews)
    10/16/2007

    This is a fun new restaurant in downtown. The decor is great. The food was also tasty. The only downside was that lunch took extremely too long.

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  • French American Brasserie - Atlanta, GA -  bdogg99

    Reviews: 17

    Get it While You Can
    bdogg99 (17 reviews)
    3/16/2006

    With the expansion of Neiman's in Lenox, Brasserie is going to be closing. Take advantage at one of the best unheralded restaurants in Atlanta. Don't let the mall location throw you off, Brasserie has been doing things right in Atlanta for a long time. Try the steamed mussells and for dessert, the chocolate suflee is not to be missed. Attentive wait staff. The two person tables are too close to one another, so don't eat at brasserie with a date if you are looing to break things off.

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Business details

Atmosphere

  • Casual

Entertainment

  • Special Theme

Average Price

  • $15 and under

Cuisines

  • French