Frame Brasserie

Frame Brasserie

Did you say locavore? Frame Brasserie takes the concept to the next level by serving products from its own vegetable patch, perched on its roof just opposite the Eiffel Tower!

  1. What to see and do
  2. Gastronomy
  3. Restaurants
  4. Frame Brasserie


Ultra-contemporary and elegant, Frame Brasserie looks like a glass jewellery case from the street, and is eminently chic inside, with its grey stone walls and floors, minimalist furniture, a view of what is going on in the kitchens, and a large cocktail bar with a wall of illuminated bottles.

But the most striking feature is elsewhere: hidden away on top of the building is a vast, 600m2 vegetable garden, together with a chicken coop, where American head chef Andrew Wigger finds his inspiration.

Seasonal fruit and vegetables, edible flowers, herbs and even “concrete honey” produced on site (it doesn’t get much fresher than that!) can all be found in the restaurant’s original and sophisticated dishes (fried duck foie gras, courgette bread and onion and grapefruit jam; free-range chicken with white asparagus, Romesco sauce and coriander oil, etc.).
When the sun is out, you can enjoy the terrace, from where you can admire the neighbouring Eiffel Tower!

Back to tab description

Community facilities

Access and contact

28 rue Jean Rey
75015 Paris 15ème

    Days and opening hours

    All year round, daily between 12 pm and 9 pm.


    • Adult menu: 10 to 25 €.


    Spoken languages

    • French
    Back to tab informations

    28 rue Jean Rey
    75015 Paris 15ème

    • Copyright image:
    • P. Mezei