Fodor's Expert Review Le Jules Verne
In a highly publicized battle, the prestigious helm of Paris's most haute (literally) restaurant was wrested from Alain Ducasse by three-star chef Fréderic Anton of the prestigious Le Pré Catalan in the Bois de Boulogne, with Anton's "zero waste" approach and his idea to serve less complicated fare, focusing on French meats and vegetables produced by smaller French artisanal farms and regional delicacies, winning out. Though not cheap (tasting menus are more than €200), winning a Michelin star in 2020 clinched the restaurant's standing as one of Paris's top splurge-worthy dining rooms.
Av. Gustave Eiffel
Paris, Île-de-France 75007, France
- Famous Eiffel Tower dining (with accompanying views)
- Lavishly priced dishes
- Advance reservations a must