Le Jules Verne / Paris

Tour Eiffel Deuxième étage Paris 75007
Opening Hours
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 12:00 - 13:30

Au déjeuner, pique nique chic autour d'une restauration rapide et inspirée servie au comptoir. Composez vous même votre déjeuner et emportez le à table dans un panier. Au dîner, la brasserie la plus en vue de Paris. Une hôtesse vous accueille et vous accompagne jusqu'à votre table, un décor ultra contemporain et une carte qui joue le classique chic, servie à table...et une vue époustouflante.

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Tips from the Net @ Le Jules Verne
Gabriela ESPINOSA en
When entering you need to pass through the security. After that you are taken directly to the restaurant in a private elevator. The restaurant is beautiful. The view and the feeling of being inside the Eiffel Tower is wonderful. The service was awesome. The staff was always worried about making feel us confortable and at the same time they would not make us feel observed. Regarding the food: we had the lunch menu. I cannot criticize anything. Every dish was perfect. The price is of course high. However, perfectly fair. I would totally recommend it and definetely would like to come back. GooglePlace - November 2017
E. O. Pederson en
Tourist trap! An All Saints Day lunch to celebrate the retirements of several family members was pleasant enough, but hardly worth the price. The food was good, but not spectacular - more imaginative offerings equally well prepared and presented are to be had nearby for far fewer Euros. The service staff was good, but far from excellent. For example the champagne was served barely chilled. The view is nice, the food is good, and the service is reasonably good, but it is not worth the price charged. GooglePlace - November 2017
Jack Dalgleish en
The experience at Le Jules Verne is truly unforgettable. We both thought the food was fantastic. One of us is a vegan and they were incredibly accommodating of the diet and made a unique menu to enjoy. I made sure to include that during my booking and they were aware of it as soon as we got there. As everyone says, the views are worth it alone. Everything about this meal was great for us and we highly recommend anyone with the means to eat here to do it. I actually proposed to my girlfriend at the end of the meal and the staff was incredibly helpful in setting it up and brought out a platter with the ring on it at the end. It was an exceptional night in every way! GooglePlace - October 2017
Rui Sousa en
An experience you will not soon forget! The setting and the view alone was unforgettable. The food and desserts were exquisite as expected but for the price and reputation I expected better somehow, hence the 4 stars rating. Having said that, the service was fantastic and I highly recommend the experience if you have the opportunity to do so. Try to book in advance to ensure you have a better chance to sit by or close to a window. GooglePlace - October 2017
Mario Jr Baylon en
If you didn’t enjoy the expensive food & great service, at least you got a great view. If you’re still feeling miserable after eating the food & drinking bottled water & various wines; then this restaurant is not for you. Simpler tastes probably suits you... (like me at times) then life is simpler... no booking & cheaper food awaits you down at the Eiffel Tower kiosks. But if you enjoy the challenge of getting a booking at this iconic restaurant (lunch is ‘cheaper’, easier to get & I guess you can enjoy the view better!), & shelling out a fortune that you might have spent on a bag or shoes or gadget. But, if on the other hand, the experience of the great service & fine dining plus great views & bragging points (not to forget your bucket list, if you have one), then you won’t be disappointed. The service, the food/desserts & wines & the views is an fine dining experience to be enjoyed at least once. It would be nice to have a gazebo or some area downstairs to wait while waiting, especially on a cold, windy & always busy period; adds class to the whole experience. GooglePlace - October 2017