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Established in November 2012, Poor Calvin's is a unique oasis in Downtown Atlanta that offers a rare cuisine of Thai fusion with Southern influences. Chef Calvin Phan has brought his perspective of international culinary fusion to the front line of Poor Calvin's. Chef Calvin Phan was exposed to the restaurant business at an early age, having come from a family who owned several restaurants, of all calibers, in Europe. Through this solid foundation, he immediately fell in love with culinary arts and decided to fulfill his life-long dream of working with food by attending culinary school in Germany.
This is one of the best restaurants I have been to. It has a beautiful atmosphere and exceptional service. The food choices are very unique since it is a blend of asian and southern. It was very flavorful. Everything I had was delicious, including the...More
First - make a reservation. Second - go hungry because you want to fill your belly with as much of this delicious food as you can. Everything we ate was great, but the dessert made me want to slap someone! For appetizers, our table ordered:...More
Poor Calvin's is a asain southern fashion restuarant, that's fine dining without the high price. The menu is short but amazing and offers unique dishes that offer layers of flavor in every bite. Anytime I visit Atlanta I'll make a stop at Poor Calvin's.
am came here while on a business trip from Maryland and did not have reservations. We were told there would be a 30-45 minute wait. After waiting for 45 minutes, the host came and told us he could seat us but we would have to...More
Everything about this restaurant is right - ambiance, drinks, food, service. They did not miss a step.
Mac was our culinary guide through this amazing experience. He listened and provided spot on recommendations.
Drinks are uniquely crafted works of art. I had the Frankly My...More
Poor Calvin's offers some of the most creative food in Atlanta with great drinks, food, and service. I definitely advise making reservations in advance (if possible) and come hungry! Their lunch and dinner are both great!
Phenomenal fusion cuisine in a lovely corner spot looking out on a park. The special appetizer bbq brisket and crab flash-fried bao were amazing, and while the House Gabe of the lobster-fried Rice was tempting I must say the curry seafood stew was delicious: lightly...More
Our party of 4 was a little early for our reservation and we were waiting for one so we were invited to sit at the bar where we were THOROUGHLY entertained with the most awesome bartenders. I wish I remembered the names...I know one was...More
This is an extremely busy restaurant! The food and drinks are excellent! Do t plan on going with out a reservation! We had a reservation on a Monday night early! There were a lot of people that were hopefully waiting, we only waited about 2...More
If you are in a group. We encountered several pan handlers. It actually is a fairly long walk because there isn't any straight route and you have to cross two major intersections. I would take an Uber.