Similar to the tooth fairy, the French food fairy sprinkles epicureans' dreams with visions of melted cheese and butter in return for childlike grins. Feed on fairy dust with today's Groupon to Le Giverny Bistro at the Emory Inn. Choose between the following options:
- For $25, you get $50 worth of French fare for dinner.
- For $10, you get $20 worth of French fare for lunch.
In addition to charming contemporary chompers with a rotating menu of seasonal sups, Le Giverny Bistro's culinary quests have earned it awards and accolades from previously pleased palates. Nestled snugly in the European-style Emory Inn, Le Giverny manifests mellifluous dinner and lunch menus, sprinkled with Mediterranean-style spices and furnished by local farmers markets. Chef and Paris-native Rémy Kerba starts lunch off small with a bevy of baby bites to exercise adult appetites. Robustly ruminate on Kerba's famous house-made pork rillettes, accompanied by dijon, cornichons, and baguette croutons ($8), or the iceberg and blue cheese salad, topped with crisp bacon and creamy homemade dressing ($6). Both dinner diners and lunch-goers can languish over Le Giverny's sautéed rainbow trout grenobloise, pan-fried and covered in toasted almonds ($14 for lunch, $19 for dinner), or the grilled fillet of salmon, splashed with a basil and olive-oil pistou ($14 for lunch, $18 for dinner). Evening eaters can feast on a bistro staple with the steak-frites specialty ($26), in which herbed butter coats a center-cut strip steak, earning it friends with steak knives, butter knives, and sophisticated babies alike.
- The braised lamb shank yields a whopper of a portion, with plenty of tender, well-braised meat to take home for leftovers. Vegetables are always fresh. – Gayot
- Good, solid, and well prepared French food in a relaxed and informal atmosphere. I have been to Le Giverny several times and have never been disappointed. – OpenTable reviewer who dined on 2/27/11
1641 Clifton Road NE
Atlanta, Georgia 30329Get Directions