Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Le Fat Now Offers Lunch On the Go or Quick Counter-Seating Option

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Emily Connolly or Morgan Dyches
Melissa Libby & Associates

Guy Wong Changes His Lunch Service to Meet the Needs of Busy Customers

ATLANTA (Feb. 8, 2016) - Beginning Feb. 8, Le Fat chef/owner Guy Wong is transforming the café section of his popular West Midtown Vietnamese restaurant into a fast casual lunch option for customers on the go. 

Fans who lack the time but crave Wong’s chef-driven Vietnamese deliciousness, which received "Best New Asian" honors from Atlanta magazine, can now use the free parking garage adjacent to the restaurant at 935 Marietta Street and dash into the café for fresh, made-to-order takeout or limited counter seating.  

“We heard from many of our regulars and residents in the neighborhood that they are in a hurry at lunchtime and need food to go," explains Wong. "Like great Vietnamese street food, many of our dishes are highly portable, so making the switch to counter and to-go service makes a lot of sense.  We're excited to give our guests what they requested." 

The to-go or counter lunch menu features Le Fat’s banh mi with choice of grilled pork, ginger scallion chicken, fried chicken, seitan and lemongrass steak. Noodle soup options include chicken, spicy beef and a combination of beef flank, brisket and meatball. Customers can also choose from their favorite beverages, including Vietnamese coffee and bubble tea options of black milk tea, jasmine milk tea, Thai tea and taro milk tea. The popular banh mi $10 combo is still available and served with fresh cucumber, cilantro, pickled carrots, daikon and jalapeño on a fresh baguette with a choice of a small pho noodle soup or papaya salad.

Le Fat is located in West Midtown at 935 Marietta Street. Dinner is served nightly beginning at 5 p.m.  Lunch is now to-go only with limited counter seating and is available on weekdays from 11:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. For more information, call 404-439-9850 or visit lefatatl.com.


1 comment:

  1. They definitely deserve applause for the nice selection of bread and the service at this place which was good from start to finish. The mass produced filet was too good. This is the best place for hosting great events. The event venues Chicago can accommodate as many as 850 guests or as little as 50.