Le Jules Verne
- What to see and do
- Le Jules Verne
What better inspiration than that of Jules Verne to head to the Eiffel Tower, that mad embodiment of all the utopian technologies of the 19th century?
Climbing up the monument is always as disorienting as it must have been to its first visitors in 1889, who feared that they would run out of air at such unprecedented stratospheric heights! To this day, people still perform a daily feat on this Promethean tower: that of offering, in an extremely cramped kitchen 115 metres above the ground, an exceptional meal, a true standard of French gastronomy.
A starred cuisine
At the helm of the Jules Verne is one of the best chefs of his generation, Frédéric Anton, crowned with three Michelin stars. You can enjoy for example, a langoustine prepared as a ravioli with parmesan cream accompanied by a thin beetroot jelly or a farmhouse poultry poached with black truffle. A cuisine of excellence to be savoured at lunchtime or in the evening, which honours the quality of the producers and craftsmen of France.
The metal beams of the Iron Lady outside and the view over the City of Light and its monuments, simply radiant at nightfall, make for a truly unforgettable experience in an unparalleled setting.
Book your table well in advance!
Access and contact
Days and opening hours
All year round Opening hours daily between 12 pm and 1.30 pm and between 6 pm and 9.30 pm. Closed exceptionally on July 14th. From 12:00 to 13:30 and from 7pm to 9pm.
5 avenue Anatole France
75007 Paris 7ème
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