A fond farewell to Remy and staffWe will miss this long time friend and great food. Look for a cooking school perhaps?5/18/2013 12:00:00 AMSadVery sad they are closing due to Emory Building expansion. Hopefully they will be re-opening again soon Have been going there since they first opened on Clairmont Road, 20 years ago.5/18/2013 12:00:00 AMSad to see them go.Ours was one of the next to last evenings that le Giverny was open It will be missed.5/17/2013 12:00:00 AMGreat!Good mutlicultural food blend. Everything was cooked to perfection. The atmosphere was cozy and charming. It took me back to dining in France.5/12/2013 12:00:00 AMA Goodbye DinnerWe're sorry to see Le Giverny close. We followed them from the stripmall on Clairmont to their location across from CDC. It will be missed.
The opening of Emory Point might seem to provide alternate places to dine, but our experience has not been good. Most of the places belong to restaurant chains or franchises. The best of these is Marlow's Tavern; the worst is Tavernelle. Tavernelle was so bad we didn't bother to take home the leftovers. Having spent 3 weeks in Tuscany earlier this year, the Tavernelle Chinese menu (Choose your pasta, then your protein, then your sauce) was the antithesis of an decent Italian restaurant.5/3/2013 12:00:00 AMConsistent TreasureWe've been coming for years and are never disappointed. If you're looking for excellent food, attentive, professional service, in a quiet, attractive dining room perfect for a romantic dinner or a reunion with a friend, this is the spot. Easy parking in the large lot outside puts the icing on the cake!5/2/2013 12:00:00 AMSuperThe food, ambience, and service was all great. I had the special, which was great, but was spiced with some type of chili powder which was unexpected, but still very good. The tomato basil bisque was super!
Don't let my comment about the special sway you, you have to go and try this neighborhood gem in Atlanta, very close to Emory ... and the service is amazing!
-Scott.5/1/2013 12:00:00 AMLe Giverny is one of my topLe Giverny is one of my top 3 neighborhood restaurants. The food is delicious, the staff friendly and competent, and the atmosphere serene.4/26/2013 12:00:00 AMLovely Dinner near EmoryLe Giverny is hidden in a little old motel, the Emory Inn. Once you walk into the restaurant, it is charming - esp. the main room. We really enjoyed our meal - the food was delicious, fresh, and beautifully prepared. The service was excellent. Unfortunately, Le Giverny is going out of business in May, 2013; the building is being torn down and the owner decided not to relocate. I wish we had found this place sooner! It was quiet - some nice background music, but we had an early reservation, and the place was almost empty; it might get noisier later, but I don't know. Take advantage of the time left and go have dinner here!4/19/2013 12:00:00 AMService was super. Trout andService was super. Trout and Scallops excellent.We arrived late and had very little time because of a play. The staff was superb. Got our food quickly, gave up great service,meal was great, and got our bill to us quickly. A+ experience.4/12/2013 12:00:00 AMGreat food and great service.Great food and great service. It will be missed when it closes for good this June.3/31/2013 12:00:00 AMA night at Le GivernyWe had a lovely time at Le Giverny. The waiter was attentive and pleasant without being intrusive. He knew his wine. The food was nothing to brag about. But the small room was cozy, well paced, and visually pleasant. Salad Giverny was mediocre with no zip at all. Beet salad was somewhat better. My trout was quite good. Daughter's steak was small but tasty. Mushroom risotto just ok. Tiny little servings of french bread had many holes in them. Pecan pie was the best dessert.
Guess the chef was letting down a bit since the owner is moving back to France. The owner spent most of the night kibitzing with various patrons. I'm sure it has had it's day in the past. Bon voyage!3/23/2013 12:00:00 AM