Situated on the first floor of the Eiffel Tower
It’s this year’s big attraction at the Eiffel Tower!
On Monday 6 June, Paris’s emblematic Eiffel Tower welcomes a new Parisian brasserie concept on the first floor, under the culinary management of the Michelin-starred chef Thierry Marx. On the menu, you’ll find traditional French brasserie cuisine, combined with an unobstructed view of Paris taking in the Trocadero and the Palais de Chaillot. An experience guaranteed to seduce visitors from all over the world as well as Parisians!
Madame Brasserie is above all an elegant, warm and welcoming establishment, offering an unusual break in the very heart of the City of Light at a height of 57 metres. This new Parisian brasserie with an outstanding view invites you to take your time, in a setting designed by the designer Ramy Fischler and the architect Nicola Delon. Featuring a sober and natural decor, the materials used by the designers are in perfect harmony with the cuisine of Thierry Marx. Wood, clay or cork bring a sustainable dimension to the establishment, with a chic, minimalistic design.
Authentic local cuisine
Heading a team of 150 people, the Chef proposes creative chic Parisian brasserie cuisine, with a focus on the Paris region, made with seasonal and high quality products supplied by local producers, some of whom are members of the “Eiffel Tower Artisans’ Guild” (70% of supplies are sourced through short distribution circuits, i.e. from less than 200 km away).
In line with these principles and this philosophy, Madame Brasserie aims to be a showcase for local and sustainable catering. In the same way that the Eiffel Tower is the most emblematic and attractive symbol of France, the Paris Region and its producers have pride of place on the plates.
As a nod to the Eiffel Tower, the Great Iron Lady herself, Thierry Marx goes out of his way to make his cooking sustainable. In his new playground, this son of Ménilmontant, this great traveller whose heart belongs to Paris, brings us his own vision of cuisine: convivial and cosmopolitan, much like the city and the Parisian monument that hosts it. A menu that bears the Chef’s hallmark, drawing upon his know-how and influences, giving rise to a brasserie cuisine firmly anchored in today’s Paris.
On the menu, you’ll find family-oriented dishes during the day, giving way to refined cuisine and a cosy atmosphere in the evening.
The Eiffel Tower, the inspiring and elegant old lady of Paris, offers a varied gastronomic experience which, in addition to this new brasserie, includes the gastronomic and not-to-be-missed restaurant Le Jules Verne. A treat for your eyes and your taste buds awaits!
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Days and opening hours
All year round, daily.