Douceur De France

★★★★★
  • 367 Glover St SE

    Marietta, GA 30060

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  • 770-425-5050

About Douceur De France

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Hours
Mon - Sat, 7:30am - 6pm; Sun, closed

Food

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Enjoyed the eggplant quiche of the day. Eggplant is tricky to get right, this was soft without being at all mushy, just right. Generous eggplant portion in the quiche. The tomato bisque was good, a cup is a good portion.

The coffee is

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★★★★★

Enjoyed the eggplant quiche of the day. Eggplant is tricky to get right, this was soft without being at all mushy, just right. Generous eggplant portion in the quiche. The tomato bisque was good, a cup is a good portion.

The coffee is

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The pastries are a rare combination of beauty and function, delicious to the tongue and the eye. When I bring them to friends parties they are always a hit.

The bread is authentic and comparable to fresh baguette and croissant I have had

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★★★★★

The pastries are a rare combination of beauty and function, delicious to the tongue and the eye. When I bring them to friends parties they are always a hit.

The bread is authentic and comparable to fresh baguette and croissant I have had

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This place is a dream come true. I personally travel from Raleigh, NC just to go to Douceur de France.

My response to Shocked Customer:

Given your ignorant comment about WWII and French Restaurants I have to agree completely with the "French lady" rolling her eyes. Please do not go into a French establishment again. Go eat sandwiches from some grease pit in Atlanta. If you have had any insight on history besides the normal American crap that was taught to you in school, you would have known that the French warned us about going into Vietnam, they were fighting on our side while the British were burning the White House. Go read a book.

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★★★★★

This place is a dream come true. I personally travel from Raleigh, NC just to go to Douceur de France.

My response to Shocked Customer:

Given your ignorant comment about WWII and French Restaurants I have to agree completely with the "French lady" rolling her eyes. Please do not go into a French establishment again. Go eat sandwiches from some grease pit in Atlanta. If you have had any insight on history besides the normal American crap that was taught to you in school, you would have known that the French warned us about going into Vietnam, they were fighting on our side while the British were burning the White House. Go read a book.

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Not only will I never go back to Douceur De France, but after receiving such rude service, I'll probably never go to a French restaurant again.

I visited Douceur De France and ordered a sandwich to go. When attempting to pay for the $8.00 sandwich with my credit card, the French lady at the register rudely informed me there was a $10.00 minimum to pay with a credit card.

I then offered a debit card. This French lady rolled her eyes, looked at me as if I were a disgrace to the human population and then pointed to the sign that said '$10.00 minimum credit charge'. (The sign was very small).

All I was trying to do was buy a sandwich! My car was being repaired down the street (taking longer than expected) and I was not expecting to have to buy lunch that day.

I will NEVER go into that restaurant again unless it's to inform this rude French lady about the details of World War II.

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★☆☆☆☆

Not only will I never go back to Douceur De France, but after receiving such rude service, I'll probably never go to a French restaurant again.

I visited Douceur De France and ordered a sandwich to go. When attempting to pay for the $8.00 sandwich with my credit card, the French lady at the register rudely informed me there was a $10.00 minimum to pay with a credit card.

I then offered a debit card. This French lady rolled her eyes, looked at me as if I were a disgrace to the human population and then pointed to the sign that said '$10.00 minimum credit charge'. (The sign was very small).

All I was trying to do was buy a sandwich! My car was being repaired down the street (taking longer than expected) and I was not expecting to have to buy lunch that day.

I will NEVER go into that restaurant again unless it's to inform this rude French lady about the details of World War II.

Pros: didn't get a chance to eat!

Cons: Rude Service!

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It is a bit cramped and they need both a larger space and parking places. As you can tell, the food is great and I especially love the wide variety of baked goods-as close to France as you can get! Croissants were very good..the only place they may have been a bit more buttery, flakey and authentic was at the French Club, Club Med Paradise Island.

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★★★★★

It is a bit cramped and they need both a larger space and parking places. As you can tell, the food is great and I especially love the wide variety of baked goods-as close to France as you can get! Croissants were very good..the only place they may have been a bit more buttery, flakey and authentic was at the French Club, Club Med Paradise Island.

Pros: Great baked goods

Cons: It is a little cramped around lunch time

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bad customer service . will never go back to that place if that it the last bakery left in the world. i rather drive to Atlanta.

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★☆☆☆☆

bad customer service . will never go back to that place if that it the last bakery left in the world. i rather drive to Atlanta.

Pros: none

Cons: price

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Simple French country fare is sweetly served in the little well-hidden French cafe. Good thing, the sandwiches, soups, and salads are simple because the baked goods are elegant and divine. You may have to look for Douceur De France but it is worth the trip.

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★★★★★

Simple French country fare is sweetly served in the little well-hidden French cafe. Good thing, the sandwiches, soups, and salads are simple because the baked goods are elegant and divine. You may have to look for Douceur De France but it is worth the trip.

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While visiting Marietta for the Thanksgiving holiday we discovered this wonderful gem. We immediately felt in love with the display cases showcasing the most delightful, delicate and delicious french pastries. We ordered couple of sandwiches like the Croque monsieur and Jambon beurre fromage. We also had an order of the Hash Browns "A la Francaise" (all I have to say is "delicious") you must try...for a later snack we ordered the pumpkin pie creme brulee.

If you are visiting Marietta you must stop and experience a bit of France in the South

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★★★★★

While visiting Marietta for the Thanksgiving holiday we discovered this wonderful gem. We immediately felt in love with the display cases showcasing the most delightful, delicate and delicious french pastries. We ordered couple of sandwiches like the Croque monsieur and Jambon beurre fromage. We also had an order of the Hash Browns "A la Francaise" (all I have to say is "delicious") you must try...for a later snack we ordered the pumpkin pie creme brulee.

If you are visiting Marietta you must stop and experience a bit of France in the South

Pros: great bake goods and sandwiches

Cons: it can get expensive

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I've had these folks do custom cakes for me and they've never failed to impress. For a different sort of birthday cake, try the white cake with strawberries in between the layers and covered with white chocolate and white chocolate curls. The croissants are the best in Cobb County, possibly the best in the Atlanta area. Around Halloween, Christmas and Easter, they offer all sorts of special cookies, cakes and pastries. But any time is a good time to go here for lunch. Try the lentil salad just added for spring. It's delicious as are the omelets and the Croque Madame.

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★★★★★

I've had these folks do custom cakes for me and they've never failed to impress. For a different sort of birthday cake, try the white cake with strawberries in between the layers and covered with white chocolate and white chocolate curls. The croissants are the best in Cobb County, possibly the best in the Atlanta area. Around Halloween, Christmas and Easter, they offer all sorts of special cookies, cakes and pastries. But any time is a good time to go here for lunch. Try the lentil salad just added for spring. It's delicious as are the omelets and the Croque Madame.

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Douceur De France is easy to miss when you are driving down the road. It is located off to the side in what used to be an old house. But those who know how to get there are committed to returning again and again and again. When you walk inside, you are transported to a Parisian cafe. The first thing that greats you is a wall of candies and cakes for sale. The cakes are GORGEOUS. Each are handmade and are done with such artistry you almost don't want to destroy them by eating them. If you take a moment to eat at the cafe, you will fall in love with the place! The food is very simple, but so fabulous!! They have the best French Toast I have ever had! Their sandwiches are also great, and well as their soup. If you are looking for something other than the usual hamburger or taco joint, you have to try this place. You will be so glad that you did!

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★★★★★

Douceur De France is easy to miss when you are driving down the road. It is located off to the side in what used to be an old house. But those who know how to get there are committed to returning again and again and again. When you walk inside, you are transported to a Parisian cafe. The first thing that greats you is a wall of candies and cakes for sale. The cakes are GORGEOUS. Each are handmade and are done with such artistry you almost don't want to destroy them by eating them. If you take a moment to eat at the cafe, you will fall in love with the place! The food is very simple, but so fabulous!! They have the best French Toast I have ever had! Their sandwiches are also great, and well as their soup. If you are looking for something other than the usual hamburger or taco joint, you have to try this place. You will be so glad that you did!

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This bakery makes the best pastries I have had, and I have been to bakeries all over the U.S. The chocolate tarte, and the fruit tarte are my personal favorites. But, eveything from the brioche to the chocolate logs are exquisite. The owners are also very nice, as are the rest of the staff. I highly, highly recommend this to anyone who is looking for a fantastic, authentic french pastry.

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★★★★★

This bakery makes the best pastries I have had, and I have been to bakeries all over the U.S. The chocolate tarte, and the fruit tarte are my personal favorites. But, eveything from the brioche to the chocolate logs are exquisite. The owners are also very nice, as are the rest of the staff. I highly, highly recommend this to anyone who is looking for a fantastic, authentic french pastry.

Pros: Parking, Staff, Food

Cons: None

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We took our French foreign exchange student for lunch and she loved it. Even the American employees spoke in French to her. The food is delicious and the pastries are beautiful. If only there had been more seating.

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★★★★★

We took our French foreign exchange student for lunch and she loved it. Even the American employees spoke in French to her. The food is delicious and the pastries are beautiful. If only there had been more seating.

Pros: lots of French speaking patrons - an endorsement in itself!

Cons: small, not enough seating

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I think that Douceur de France is one of the best bakeries in the neighborhood (and probably Metro Atlanta!). Living in Marietta for many years I did not hear about this lovely and very European cafe until now. Cafe food is absolutely amazing; it is very delicious, flavorful, and satisfying. It absolutely makes you want to come back for more. Also, the cafe has a large selection of decadent and wonderful cakes and their pastries and baguettes are an absolutely amazing addition to any breakfast!

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★★★★★

I think that Douceur de France is one of the best bakeries in the neighborhood (and probably Metro Atlanta!). Living in Marietta for many years I did not hear about this lovely and very European cafe until now. Cafe food is absolutely amazing; it is very delicious, flavorful, and satisfying. It absolutely makes you want to come back for more. Also, the cafe has a large selection of decadent and wonderful cakes and their pastries and baguettes are an absolutely amazing addition to any breakfast!

Pros: Food, Ambience, Parking

Cons: None

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This might be best-kept secret in Marietta--absolutely the best pastries I've had outside of Paris. My Parisian friend swears this is the best French bakery within driving distance and I definitely agree.

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★★★★★

This might be best-kept secret in Marietta--absolutely the best pastries I've had outside of Paris. My Parisian friend swears this is the best French bakery within driving distance and I definitely agree.

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Very authentic, yummy deserts.
We were there for breakfast, french toast was delish and service was european: slow, but who cares. Loved it! We'll go again and again!

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★★★★★

Very authentic, yummy deserts.
We were there for breakfast, french toast was delish and service was european: slow, but who cares. Loved it! We'll go again and again!

Pros: authentic

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Even though I live in Downtown Atlanta, I find myself at least once every two weeks making the trek to Marietta to visit this brilliant french patisserie. They are hands down the best bakery in Atlanta, and as close as you'll get to a bakery in Paris. It is definitely not in the most convenient location in Marietta, but I promise that it is well worth it. With wonderful crossaints, petit fours and French Roast coffee, along with the pleasant French family that owns the establishment, you will not be disappointed.

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★★★★★

Even though I live in Downtown Atlanta, I find myself at least once every two weeks making the trek to Marietta to visit this brilliant french patisserie. They are hands down the best bakery in Atlanta, and as close as you'll get to a bakery in Paris. It is definitely not in the most convenient location in Marietta, but I promise that it is well worth it. With wonderful crossaints, petit fours and French Roast coffee, along with the pleasant French family that owns the establishment, you will not be disappointed.

Pros: Food, Service, Atmosphere

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This place is plucked right out of France into the backyard of Marietta, GA. It's hard to believe, but it's true. Very true. Get whatever you want, it's soooo good, it's amazing. Almond croissants that melt in your mouth, eclairs baked fresh in the traditional French style (we're not talking cream filled donuts here!) Go buy and reward your taste buds.

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★★★★★

This place is plucked right out of France into the backyard of Marietta, GA. It's hard to believe, but it's true. Very true. Get whatever you want, it's soooo good, it's amazing. Almond croissants that melt in your mouth, eclairs baked fresh in the traditional French style (we're not talking cream filled donuts here!) Go buy and reward your taste buds.

Pros: Inexpensive, Incredible Food, Like a trip to Paris

Cons: , Not much parking

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Luc Beaudet's Douceuer de France offers the best of both worlds for breakfast: eggs and hash brown potatoes along with a crusty baguette, butter and strong French coffee, plus omelets with a choice of cheeses, quiches and croques made with…

 

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