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Petite Auberge Restaurant - 12 Reviews - 2935 N Druid Hills Rd NE, Atlanta, GA - French Restaurants Reviews - Phone (404) 634-6268

Petite Auberge Restaurant

2935 N Druid Hills Rd NE
Atlanta, GA 30329
(404) 634-6268
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Petite Auberge Restaurant - Atlanta, GA
Petite Auberge Restaurant - Atlanta, GA
Petite Auberge Restaurant - Atlanta, GA
Petite Auberge Restaurant - Atlanta, GA
Petite Auberge Restaurant - Atlanta, GA
Petite Auberge Restaurant - Atlanta, GA
Petite Auberge Restaurant - Atlanta, GA
Petite Auberge Restaurant - Atlanta, GA


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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 ex...


We walked into this place and were greeted with uninteresting decor --- pink with weird japanese prints and screens. The restaurant only had about 10 tables full, though it looke...

A wretched experience 8/24/2011

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. more

Old School Fabulous 2/19/2009

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. Pros: good atmosphere more

Who rated this place 9/20/2008

The waiter makes passes at me... oh, am I supposed to be impressed! Pros: Gee , a bartender /waitress with tatoos alll over her body. Cons: Lousy food that is not french no matter what they call the restaurant. more

You need to re visit this restaurant - it has declined in food and service 7/21/2008

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. Cons: poor serv ice - terrible food more

Service, Food, Dining Experience... All exceptional! 9/30/2007

My wife and I have tried many of the restaraunts around the Atlanta area that people rave about, and I have yet to find one that has surpassed Le Petit Auberge in service, quality of the meal or the overall dining experience. The waitstaff is knowledgeable, polite and unobtrusive. Although my wife and I are in our mid-twenties, the staff has never patronized us or treated us like kids out on prom night. They have been helpful and attentive on every occasion. The food has always been delicious and fresh (especially the fish) and it is prepared in a classic, not trendy style that appeals to us. Servings are big, and the wine selection is small but well suited to the dishes served. Desserts are also very good. Pros: Exceptional Service, Fantastic food, a great all around experience! Cons: n/a more

Not the best French, disappointing 7/22/2007

I attended a wedding reception in the Red Room, and was extremely disappointed. I dont think it looked very french nor did the other reception room that I saw as it was an asian decor. The Red Room was not very clean, there was a ledge around the wainscoating in the room that was covered in dust that I could have writted my name in with my finger. The restroom I went into looked as if the floors had not been swept there were little lint puffs and jibbles of trash all over as if the entire thing had not been swept or mopped. The food set-up was nice and the food was just ok, nothing spectacular. The chicken kiev had little flavor but was presented pretty. The carving station had ham and roast beef. I chose roast beef and it was very tough, as was my husbands. There were green beans with almonds and they were steamed but had little flavor. The service seemed good as everything was well stocked and they cleared plates promptly. However, they did rush the bride about cutting the cake, as if they wanted to clean up in a hurry. The room was rented until 10:00 and that was 6:00 when they seemed to be rushing about the cake cutting. Overall not an exceptional place for the price. After that experience I dont think I would go there for dinner nor recommened it for a reception. Pros: parking was ample Cons: not very clean more

Old World Dining! Good French Onion Soup & Escargot! Very Quiet! 3/10/2007

Last night was my first trip back here in almost twenty years. Little has changed, and that's a good thing. The same staff has gotten older, as well as us. In a busy city like Atlanta, this was a good change, not trendy or loud. These are old standards, served from my childhood. It reminded me of The Coach & Six, and Herren's. Bread basket was wonderful, with both French and Dark German Breads. We both started with the very good French Onion Soup, beefy and ultra Cheesy. To my knowledge, no one still makes it like this. The Escargot was perfect. I had the classic Coq au Vin, and my partner had Weiner Schnitzel, second only to The Village Corner at Stone Mountain. The wine list was limited, but inexpensive. Most enjoyable evening, and a good slower, quieter change of pace. Forgot about the velvety Pate, a must. Pros: Classic's-French Onion Soup, Pate, Coq au Vin! Cons: Toco Hills Shopping Center Needs A Makeover! more

Good food, reasonably priced, attentive service, convenient parking 11/17/2006

Returned after 15 years away from the Atlanta area. Some of the same servers were still there! more

delicious food, relaxing atmosphere, attentive service, good place for conversation 11/17/2006

Returned after 15 years away from Atlanta area. Some of the same staff were serving! Pros: good food, attentive service, convenient parking, moderately priced Cons: limited wine list more

Total waste of money 11/8/2006

We walked into this place and were greeted with uninteresting decor --- pink with weird japanese prints and screens. The restaurant only had about 10 tables full, though it looked like they could seat a lot more people. The wine selection was mediocre at best. My vegetarian option (a spinach crepe) tasted very strange (and not in a good way) and my husband's scallops were rubbery. The salads were mishmashes of oddly assorted vegetables in an unappetizing display. more

Best Wiener Schnitzel this side of Germany. 9/5/2006

Everytime that I've been to this restaurant I've had a great meal. I started coming here for my parents birthday and then later moved over to this side of town and started going in by myself and with friends. I've been to other French restaurants here in Atlanta where an hour after eating you get hungry again. They have large portions and their prices are very competitive. If this restaurant was in Buckhead the prices would be twice the price. Always great service and different seasonal menus. I'm suprised it's not more crowded. I love the pate baked in the crust, wiener shnitzel, steaks, strawberry cheescake in a Port wine sauce. I started going more often because of the Monthly wine tastings. I heard the Opera nights are very good, but I haven't been to one yet. I would highly recommend this restaurant to anyone looking for great French and/or German cuisine. Pros: Plenty of Parking, Nice Table Selection, Great Value Cons: Older Clientele more

A Good Dining Experience 6/7/2002

My girlfriend and I went for our sixth anniversary, and had a nice experience. Our waiter came off as a little arrogant, probably due to our age. He also got the appetizer order wrong. Everything else, however, was excellent. The lump crabcake appetizer was very tasty, and the menu has a nice variety of French and German foods. The wine list was also more than adequate. Overall, a nice, quiet dinner. Pros: Seafood, Wine, Authenticity Cons: Attitude, Kind of pricey more
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  • The Scene
    Petite Auberge's French-country design is in high contrast to the surrounding strip-mall landscape. The formal dining room is bathed in a golden light, with curling chandeliers,...

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    Mon - Sat, 11am - 10pm
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