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REVIEWS

Best French Twist, Marietta
Atlanta Magazine, 2006

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"Our favorite restaurant just expanded and it looks and feels so good. Now has specialty coffees, pastries, desserts and the same great food. It's open every day from 8am to 6pm. The food is very fresh and the staff is so nice...will happily handle requests. This is a real neighborhhod place. A rare find in a sea of chain restaurants. Try the California Chicken, Turkey Reuben, Chicken Bleu Salad, and Eggs Benedict."

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"Great variety on the menu. Different homemade soups available every day with a couple house favorites available every day: lemon artichoke and tomato basil. Both are excellent but the lemon artichoke is outstanding. There is nothing like it! Can be combined with a wide variety of sandwiches and/or salads. They also serve breakfast throughout the day. Have killer belgian waffles and other delicious breakfast choices. Dinner menu has tasty, simple but classy offerings. A great asset to east Cobb. Has a fun store attached which is fun to browse afterwards."

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"This is our absolute favorite neighborhood joint in EC. Very quaint, super fresh food, nice people, could be a little bigger at times, great coffee. Incredible shopping next door at C'est Moi."

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"My church circle of 15 ladies met there for dinner and were treated very well. We enjoyed the private room and liked having many choices on the menu. Each plate was nicely presented. My own dinner was yummy, and I heard only compliments from the others. Chef Rafael and his assistant Phillip have high talent. Our server Idela was gracious, efficient, friendly, and a fine juggler of orders and plates. A pleasant evening was had by all."

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"My wife and I rate this as one of the best bkfast around; it stands above the franchise competition all around. Dinner was waaay above the rest too!"

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"I agree its worth keeping a secret, but they just expanded and added more tables, casual seating areas for sipping coffee drinks and a party room, so I guess we can share. Really friendly, hard-working people and delicious breakfast and lunch."

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"We have had excellent experience w/ Sunday breakfast. Grits are creamy, waffles are fluffy and wonderful, bacon is quality, 9 grain toast is great, eggs/omelets are wonderful. Really enjoy the service. You can read the paper and drink a cup of coffee while you wait. Every time we have gone here it has been a treat. I enjoy 1/2 sandwich/soup for lunch also. A real treat for East Cobb!

We bring the kids who color on the paper."

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"Cafe Paris is a cozy cafe nestled in the C'est Moi store on Johnson Ferry. It's a perfect escape from the busy-ness of this high traffic area. Food is cooked to order. Many times I start my day there with breakfast and after a few hours of shopping and running errands I come back for lunch before heading home. Everything is good, but my favorite is salad with crab cakes."

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"Delicious meals. The pasta dish is fabulous, the fish dishes are both good. Service was good, great wine choices and wonderful desserts. Will definitely go again."

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"This is one of the best lunches in East Cobb. Reasonable prices, wonderful selections, and fantastic food. Please don't believe me because it's now an intimate location and if you read and believe me, you'll only create a crowded restaurant. Seriously though, if you crave a unique menu and reasonable prices and fantastic food, come to the {The Cafe Paris}."

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"A great little find tucked away in the Publix center. Both breakfast and lunch are awesome, atmoshere is really pleasant and the people are so nice...get to know you by name. Try the quesadillas ... French? ... oh well, this place is so much better than East Cobb has to offer...like an in town eatery. Check out the very upscale store attached...is this the City?"

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"Some friends several years ago suggested this place to us as a pleasant place for lunch. My wife and I finally made it there yesterday -- but for breakfast. Today, I took my 13 year son there for breakfast. Yummy!

We've now had the french toast, omelet supreme, waffles, and croissant egg sandwich. My wife, who normally eats only part of any meal, finished off the french toast. My omelet was excellent -- huge too. My son devoured his waffles. And I thought my croissant sandwich was delicious! The sides of bacon served was just the way I like it --very crispy. Oddly enough, though, my favorite item was -- the grits! Best grits i've ever had! Perfect texture - smooth and creamy, and with a rich taste. I wonder if they were cooked in cream.

It's an inviting place too. My son and I enjoy reading the paper over breakfast. We felt comfortable hanging out finishing our breakfast.

Here in East Cobb, interesting and non-chain restaurants are a rarity. Blandness and mediocre quality rules. {The Cafe Paris} is pleasant surprise. We'll be back!"

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"I have eaten at this restaurant numerous times for breakfast, lunch and dinner. I have always have terrific meals. I love having a glass of wine and enjoying a delicious dinner outside in the evenings by candlelight "

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"A rare find in East Cobb. Really great food lunch or dinner. Nice atmosphere. Terrific homemade desserts. Interesting wine list."

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"They have very good variety of salads to offer. I have really enjoyed their pasta and my friend loved their salads. I have been there once but will visit again soon."

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"We had driven past {The Cafe Paris} for several years before we stopped for the first time. Since then we have frequent diners for Sunday brunch. There are dishes I prefer over others - but I have not been disappointed in a single order. That is rare! Consistently good food, well prepared is what keeps brining us back."

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"This is in a strip shopping center on Johnson Ferry where there is a Publix and a Flying Biscuit, also Kinko's. You will love their food selections and the taste is yummy! Better than food in Paris , believe me! Try the soups, coffees, chicken salad melt for example! It has something delicious you will want to eat! It used to be the best kept secret in Marietta ( just north of Chattahoochee about 2 -3 miles up Johnson Ferry before Roswell Rd. where Trader Joe's is) but a lot of people have discovered it since! It is attached to a great store with fine furniture, linens, dishes from France and Italy mostly."

 

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HUDSPETH REPORT

Red velvet banquets and imported Italian fixtures play against the chartreuse walls to create a very eclectic combination of texture, light and color.

Reservations are recommended for dinner. Visa and MasterCard are accepted. The restaurant seats 36. The Cafe Paris is located in Marietta at 1100 Johnson Ferry Road. The phone number is 770.977.4945.

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