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Petite Auberge

2935 N Druid Hills Rd 
Atlanta, GA 30329
Phone: (404) 634-6268 |  Reserve Online
Website: petiteauberge.com
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by JimTucker at Citysearch

Posted on Citysearch on 8/24/2011
A wretched experience
Having lived in Atlanta for many years I'd been to this restaurant in the past, but since leaving the city had not been there in about 10 years. I mention this fact because at one time Petitie Auberge was a fine restaurant. No more. Service was horrendous--We had a three hour meal most of which was spent waiting on our food even though the place was not busy. Very poor wait staff. The food quality, aside from my wife's order of Coquille St. Jacques, was sad--flavorless and uninteresting. Considering the state of the food, I believe it had spent a considerable time under heat lamps. At one point I complained to our waitress and was told that the reason the meal was so slow in coming was that someone in our party had ordered and appetizer! Guess that made it our fault. Complained again when the bill arrived and we were 'comped' a bottle of wine. There are many fine restaurants in Atlanta. This one has far out lived its glory.
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by CulturalAmbassador35801 at Citysearch

Posted on Citysearch on 2/19/2009
Old School Fabulous
Petite Auberge is a nice place. If you are looking for a young, hip kind of joint, this is not it. But, if you want to sit back and enjoy a kind of glamour that usually doesn't exist in newer restaurants, this is a good place. It's older: the staff, the guests, and the dining room; but it's NICE and has, overall, a very warm, comforting atmosphere. This is not a chain restaurant, and the wait staff is not required to be over the top and make you feel special. If you want to feel special, call your grandmother. This place is great. \r\rPetite Auberge has a French-slash-German menu, but don't expect them to yoddle to you or teach you one of the respective languages--it's a restaurant. I had lunch there on a Thursday. I was served bread and soup. Then I had veal, which was really a Wiener schnitzel. It was good. It came with a nice potato salad, some broccoli, and half of a slightly roasted tomato. I was full afterwards. The bread pudding really is good. You get four slices; it's moist and is covered in a very yummy, warm caramel sauce. \r\rI'm sure there's an Applebee's or over-the-top trendy place nearby, whichever end of the line you fall. Petite Auberge older, laidback, and classy. Highly recommended.
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Reviews: 5

Posted on 10/28/2008

Fabulous Food
Very sentimental, my husband took me here on a date 15 years agoI love going back again and again. We are planning to take our kids there around the holidays this year....
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by natasha499 at Citysearch

Posted on Citysearch on 9/20/2008
Who rated this place
The waiter makes passes at me oh, am I supposed to be impressed!\rThe food is below mediocre. let's compare it to a buffet quality. This is not french nor is it good....
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by jktd at Citysearch

Posted on Citysearch on 7/21/2008
You need to re visit this restaurant - it has declined in food and service
First visit and most forgettable. Oscar who was recommended, very occupied with apparently regular customers and little or no time for us. We were rushed through the meal - not as if they needed the table. Restaurant not crowded. We tried to enjoy a glass of wine before dinner but were rushed into ordering - food appeared almost immediately . Veal marsala smothered in unknown salty sauce - pasta clumped onto plate in one sticky mass . I even question whether what I was served and charged for was actually real veal cutlet. Coffee ordered and 2 cups just placed on the edge of the table - we had to move them in front of us ourselves Would suggest people who raved about the restaurant re-visit it. There was absolutely nothing gourmet about this place. I taught hotel restaurant management for many years and I speak with a knowledge of the business . I realize the economy is bad but there are other ways to economize. Give your patrons especially first timers good food and service so they will return. We will never do so.
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