This is a great lunch place for sandwiches and pastries that are different and a cut above the rest. It reminds me of the little sandwich shops you see in Europe. They start baking early in the morning, so everything is made fresh daily. The food has a French twist to it, because the owner (Oliver) is French. For example, the tuna (my favorite) is made with tuna, capers, and lemon juice, but no mayo except on the bread itself. The pastries look spectacular. The hot paninis are also a good bet. There are only three downsides to Georgia French Bakery. One, tables can get scarce at lunch hour. Two, you will spend about a buck more for lunch than you would have at Subway, although it is worth it in my opinion. And three, they are not open in the evening. So buy your crusty bread to take home during lunchtime, not after work.
Posted: 2/11/2009 • Last edited: 5/01/2009 • Link to this review
This has to be my favorite place to get lunch! The sandwiches are great. Very fresh ingredients and the prices are very reasonable. The pastries and cookies are amazing. They sell out though, so if you want a popular item, be sure to get their early. They sell their breads by the loaf and during Christmas time, they take custom orders.
Posted: 8/20/2007 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review
Even though it is small, this is an excellent lunch spot. The homemade bread is wonderful on sandwiches and panini. It's amazing that we get such an authentic French bakery in Gwinnett county. Fresh ingredients - sandwiches with balsamic mayo and fresh bib lettuce are the best! Try it and you'll have to work it into your regular lunch rotation.
Posted: 1/02/2007 • Last edited: 5/01/2009 • Link to this review
This restaurant is quite small. Don't bring a big group there. But it has a homey feel to it. There is a very nice man that owns/runs it. He makes good sandwiches.
Posted: 4/13/2006 • Last edited: 5/01/2009 • Link to this review