Here is a mythical place. Whether you are a tourist, a Parisian by adoption or native, dining on the Eiffel Tower stands the legend. The Jules Verne is on the first floor of the tower at 57 meters high. The restaurant offers on one hand, a panoramic view of Paris and on the other hand, a view of the inside of the tower. Both worth to be seen but the most popular remains the view on the Champ de Mars.
In the kitchen of this gourmet restaurant, nothing less than the chef Alain Ducasse. In order for you to enjoy the contemporary french cuisine served there, you’ll be guided through a 5 or 6 course menu, called “Experience Menu“. If you love the wine, the 430 references should delight you, and if you love wine but are not a connoisseur, follow the menu, which proposes pairing wines for each course.
If you have a tight budget, get ready to spend a bit more then usual: the most affordable menu exceeds 100 € per person for lunch and 190 € for dinner. For the small historical touch, the Eiffel Tower, built for the 1889 Universal Exposition, in rising to 342 meters high.