Where to Eat

58 Tour Eiffel 

1er étage Tour Eiffel Champ de Mars, 75007 Paris, France

You will be entering chef Thierry Marx's new playground with nature as his guest of honour. Local producers and artisans with a shared philosophy, the Ile-de-France terroir in the spotlight. A new dining place, open all day long with the eternally breathtaking view over Paris as a backdrop.The brasserie on the first floor of the Eiffel Tower opens 360 degrees onto the Iron Lady's metal structure for us to enjoy its beauty and offers a breathtaking view of the Trocadéro and the Palais de Chaillot. During the day, it's about appreciating the natural light. As dusk approaches, all eyes are on the sunset and once night falls, the play of lights dapples the metal structure to give us a sublime live show Closed for renovation until spring 2020, the Eiffel Tower's brasserie is getting a complete makeover.


La Bauhinia at The Shangri-La

10, avenue d'Iéna, Paris, 75116, France

La Bauhinia offers a unique ambience in the heart of the hotel, beneath a stunning glass cupola, which bathes the restaurant in daylight. 

French and Southeast Asian dishes are proposed, offering a balanced blend of authentic international flavours. Do not wait any longer to enjoy the EUR 40 lunch menu created by Chef Christophe Moret, available Monday to Friday.

On Sundays, indulge yourself with the French and Asian Brunch. And everyday, enjoy or Afternoon Tea.


Le Cinq at The Four Seasons George V

31, Avenue George V, 75008 Paris, France

A destination in its own right, Le Cinq by Christian Le Squer is synonymous with the apex of French cuisine and the combination of classic ingredients with ambitious, new techniques. Its three Michelin stars are a reflection of the gastronomic experience of a lifetime in one of the city’s most sophisticated dining rooms. The waiters were very pleasant and attentive and the food artful & delicious. You really get a feel for old world Paris here. 


Le Lobby

19 Avenue Kléber, 75116 Paris, France

With its high ceilings, refined moldings and paintings reflecting the glory of the Belle Epoque, this large reception room has been meticulously restored by French master craftsmen.

This place has always been one of the jewels of Parisian addresses and a field of expression for artists. This is where Gershwin composed "An American in Paris", where Marcel Proust met James Joyce and where Picasso, Igor Stravinsky and many personalities of the time met for tea or cocktail receptions.


Paris is the Gastronomique capital of the world. The most beautiful & glamorous restaurants exist here and can be enjoyed regardless of how big or small your budget is. Splurge and go to 3 Michelin Star restaurant Le Cinq at The Four Seasons George V, Have a quiet dinner at La Bauhinia in The Shangri La Hotel & did you know you could have dinner on the Eiffel Tower? I didn't either until I tried buying tickets and saw I could just make a night out of it and, eat there and then savor the beautiful views of Paris from the worlds most recognizable structure thereafter. I suggest curating your own feast by planning a  picnic on The Champ de Mars an hour before sunset. Bring the wine, wine glasses, canapés & croissants & enjoy the applause when the Eiffel Tower sparkles at night on the top of every hour until about 1 am. Here's a list of where to start your eating tour on your Parisian Adventure. Even this list is just a drop in the bucket, and check out our list of Cafe's for a Cafe Culture Vibe.

Photos by J.Montrice

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