Alain Ducasse doesn't set his sights low, so it was no real surprise when he took over this prestigious dining room on the second floor of the Eiffel Tower and had designer Patrick Jouin give the room a neo-futuristic look in shades of brown. Sauces and pastries are prepared in a kitchen below the Champ de Mars before being whisked up the elevator to the kitchen, which is overseen by young chef Pascal Féraud. Most accessible is the €90 lunch menu (weekdays only), which
brings you à la carte dishes in slightly smaller portions. Spend more (about €175 to €210 per person without drinks) and you'll be entitled to more lavish dishes such as lobster with celery root and black truffle, and fricassee of Bresse chicken with crayfish. For dessert the kitchen reinterprets French classics, as in an unsinkable pink grapefruit soufflé with grapefruit sorbet. Book months ahead or try your luck at the last minute.
Nov 28, 2014
my fiancee and I went to the Jules Verne to treat ourselves to the best that Paris has to offer, and we were more than satisfied with the experience! Most people know to go to this restaurant because of the memorable panoramic view of Paris, but what most people don't know is that since it was renovated and Alain Ducasse put his talented hands on this property, it has blossomed into a culinary masterpiece. We were three for lunch. We booked online
with ease. Each of chose something different from the prix fixe menu, and each of had the culinary experience of a lifetime. i learnt many more thing about jules verne restaurant at http://guide.vacationxtravel.com/tour-behind-scenes-eiffel-tower-paris/....... service is excellent and overall when you take into account the view I'd certainly go back. Looking at the menu's outside it looks to be better value for lunch. If you're wanting to impress it's certainly the place to eat.