A few Paris restaurants combine great French food with a spectacular view of the Eiffel Tower, the 1889 steel tower, or Notre Dame, the beautiful 13th century Gothic cathedral on Ile de La Cite, the two iconic monuments in the city. The Eiffel Tower has two restaurants. A dinner cruise is a good option. Book in advance. Paris views. Top Restaurants in Paris.
Ciel de Paris , at the top of Tour Montparnasse, the second tallest building in Paris, has the best view. Les Ombres on the roof of Quai Branly Museum is very close to the Eiffel Tower. Enjoy its open air terrace when the weather is good. Maison Blanche provides a good view from its terrace. Consider the magical dinner cruise as the Eiffel Tower is on the river banks.
Looking for a famous restaurant in the city with a view of the river and the Eiffel Tower. Select the Seine dinner cruise.
At 71 euros, (child 3-11 years old: 35 euros), you enjoy a great French dinner and the best view of the City of Lights, including the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame and the Louvre. For dinner, the chef offers a menu with an assortment of starters, a main course and a selection of desserts. A selection of French wines is suggested on board. Sample of menu. First course: Scallops in the shell, fresh bean sprouts or Tartare style lightly cooked beef or Snail pie with cream cheese, sundried tomato. Main courses: braised chicken leg, purple potatoes and yellow carrots, mixed herb sauce or Cod loin fillet with seaweed cream, pea and dried tomato risotto. Desserts: Passion fruit eclair, spicy ginger cracker or Coconut milk quinoa pudding, red fruit coulis.
Everynight except July 14, December 24, 25 and 31, February 14 and special events. Departure: 9.15pm.
At 200 meters from the ground, Le Ciel de Paris is the highest restaurant in the city with unique views of the Eiffel Tower. Lunch or dinner at Ciel de Paris is a great experience whose souvenirs will stay in your memory for a long time.
The Montparnasse Tower is one of the most significant testimonies of the 1970ies. Built in 1973 on the site of the old Montparnasse train station, it stands its 58 floors in the heart of the Rive Gauche, as the overall redevelopment highlight of the sector in line with the axis created by La Defense, the Palais de Chaillot and the Eiffel Tower.
Quality restaurant. Set lunch menus (Starter - Main Course or Main Course - Dessert) start at 30 euros for lunch.
Les Ombres is probably the restaurant in town with the most impressive view of the Eiffel Tower. Les Ombres is the restaurant on top of Quai Branly Museum, the spectacular museum of primitive arts on the Seine river banks designed by Pritzker Price winner Jean Nouvel. The Eiffel Tower literally soars over Les Ombres, an elegant, fashionable glass-and-iron place liked by both Parisians and visitors.
The inventive cuisine prepared by chef Jean-François Oyon is inspired by dishes from all over the world and there is a generous wine cellar. Stick to set menu (32 euros for lunch, 71 euros for dinner) and entry wine. The terrace, when the weather is good, and the view are extraordinary.
There is the possibility to head to the newly opened terrace lounge bar, which offers a range of cocktails and nibbles to consume sitted on confortable sofas.
Opened in 1913, the Theatre des Champs Elysees is one of the most beautiful and exclusive concert venues in Paris. The remarkable building has been designed by architects Henry Van de Velde and Auguste Perret and was the first construction to be made entirely out of reinforced concrete.
A panoramic restaurant, the Maison Blanche, has been added on the roof, providing a commanding view of the Eiffel Tower. After several years in renowned institutions around the world, chef Fabrice Giraud settled in the kitchen of Maison Blanche in 2015. Influenced by Mediterranean flavors of his childhood and his many travels, he imagines day after day a seasonal cook according to the market arrivals. His Pastry Chef Paul Donore is in the walls since many years. Ask for the terrace with view of Eiffel Tower. 58 euro three course set menu for lunch.
The Eiffel Tower is by far the highest building in the city. Its two restaurants provide an incredible view over Paris. The Jules Verne is one of the most spectacular restaurants in the world. The 58 Tour Eiffel on the first floor is much more affordable.
The Jules Verne is on the second floor of the Eiffel Tower at 125 meters. Combining a breathtaking view and the cuisine of famous cook Alain Ducasse, it has for ambition to be the most breath-taking contemporary French cuisine restaurant in town. The French cuisine classics are reinterpreted with a contemporary flair. Excellent products are sourced directly from France regions. Expensive. 105 euro set menu for lunch during week is value for money.
A contemporary and elegant space created by interior designer Patrick Jouin. In daytime, natural light pours throughout the restaurant. In the evening, the atmosphere becomes more muted, more sensual. All aboard for a magical journey.
Notre Dame is one of the most beautiful monuments in town. Its illuminations at night are great. Two restaurants provide a good view of Notre Dame. La Tour d'Argent has one of the best views in Paris. Zyriab has a view too from its terrace.
La Tour d’Argent is one of the most famous restaurants in the world and the setting for scenes in the movie Ratatouille.
A restaurant of that name was there in 1780. The Terrail family bought the restaurant in 1912 and still runs it. La Tour d'Argent is on the fifth floor of a fine corner building on the river left bank. The dining room is glorious, looking out over the Seine and the skyline of Paris, with the cathedral of Notre Dame nearby. The view is one of the finest of any restaurant in the world. The wine list here is legendary, offering over 15,000 wines selections from a cellar of 450,000 bottles. Choose 105 euro set menu for lunch.