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Waterford: €35 for 2 Starters & 2 Main Courses at L'Atmosphere Authentic French Restaurant (value up to €73)
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- Say 'bienvenue' to a little slice of France right on your doorstep in Waterford.
- €35 for a delicious two-course meal for two at L'Atmosphere Authentic French Restaurant.
- An inspiring menu with real French bistro style dishes.
- Locally sourced produce.
- Convenient location on Henrietta Street.
If triangular-shaped towers, sexy men sporting stripey tops and wonderfully romantic accents make you swoon, then we think that French cuisine might be just the thing to tingle your taste buds.
Sample some authentic French cuisine at L'Atmosphere on Henrietta Street in Waterford: €35 for two starters and two main courses (usual price up to €73).
The menu at L'Atmosphere is inspired by the aromatic bistros of France offering everything from your quintessential French l'escargots served in the shell with garlic butter to Dunmore East scallops served with a medley of Mount Congreve vegetables.
The talented chefs Arnaud and Patrice at L'Atmosphere are careful to use mainly organic and locally sourced vegetables which they have delivered to their door fresh every day and change with what's in season.
French cuisine is famous the world over and with today's deal you get to sample some real, authentic cuisine for yourself in the romantic surroundings of this friendly restaurant.
'Expect typical French bistro and ‘gran’mère’ cooking at its best [...] With delicious, keenly priced, food and friendly service from French and Irish waiting staff, the whole impression is of eating in a really good French bistro, rare today even in France.' Georgina Campbell Guide, 25 July 2012
'I have to report that the grub is very good indeed. There is no high-altitude plating up, no silly frills, no tablecloths and heavy cutlery. Instead, you get decent, down-to-earth French food.' Tom Doorley in the Irish Times Magazine, 17 June 2006.