Date Of The Year: Top 5 Most Romantic Restaurants In Paris

Paris – Eiffel Tower and moon
By Daxis on 2013-10-19 21:20:46
tags 1.58 Tour Eiffel
This Eiffel Tower restaurant has been experiencing a new lease of life thanks to collaboration between chef Alain Ducasse and designer Patrick Jouin and undergoing a revitalisation equivalent to a facelift. Formerly Altitude 95 this Eiffel Tower restaurant still retains its charm and servesoffers the best French cuisine in one of the most stunning locations in the world. The 58 Tour Eiffel restaurant is perfect for either an Eiffel Tower lunch or dinner, changing its menu has Paris changes its apparel as day disappears. The views, the cuisine and the accessibility of this restaurant in the clouds gives it the number one spot for a romantic meal in Paris.
2. Le Pr Catelan
If the strains and stresses of metropolitan life are draining your strength then take your date to the haven of Le Pr Catelan in the Bois de Bologne. This venue would have an abundance of romantic charm even if diners had to forage for their own food on the forest floor. Luckily, the food served is of the highest quality and diners are treated to sumptuous culinary delights in this calm, classy and chic restaurant. The Bois de Bologne has long been the retreat of artistic and aristocratic city dwellers who are in need of fresh air. Head chef Frdric Anton brings variety and imagination to the menu and supported by the Best Sommelier in the World providing wine for diners. For the more daring or those trying to impress a food junkie, there is even a table du chef situated in the kitchen for a behind the scenes glimpse.
3. Jules Verne Restaurant Paris
Thought of as one of the best restaurants in the world the Jules Verne restaurant Paris has the advantage of being the highest in metres and most highly regarded of the venues on the list, but misses out on the top spot due to price and high demand. The menu at the Jules Verne restaurant has also been crafted by Alain Ducasse, who seems to have a monopoly on the experience of an Eiffel Tower dinner. You will not fail to be seduced by the charm of one of the highest restaurants in Paris, and hopefully your paramour will agree. An impressive array of food and stunning views of Paris are laid before diners at the Jules Verne restaurant Paris, and both are devoured with great delight on an evening of romance at the Eiffel Tower.
4.Les Ombres at Musee de Quai Branly
Famous for housing the greatest display of indigenous art in Paris the Muse de Quai Branly hides a rare gem of a restaurant above the collections. Benefiting from a glass ceiling, an outdoor terrace (in summer) and of course incredible French food there are few places with such incredible views and atmosphere so close to the ground than at Les Ombres. Guy de Maupassant used to dine in the Eiffel Tower restaurant so could avoid a view of what he considered the ugliest creation in Paris, but now few trips to Paris are complete without dining in the shadow of the Eiffel Tower. Les Ombres restaurant has access to such a view, and attracts admirers and aficionados of the Eiffel Tower. Eating in its shadow is celebrated in this restaurant and the dcor has been constructed to capture the views of the great tower. The silhouette of the Eiffel Tower is visible all over Paris at night, but is only captured from the top of Quai Branly at Les Ombres restaurant. Translated as The Shadows it refers to its position in relation to the most iconic shape in Paris, and is unfortunately eclipsed by 58 Tour Eiffel restaurant.
5.Le Cour Jardin
Yet another Alain Ducasse eatery is shortlisted for the most romantic restaurant in Paris, this one very different from the other two included. Concealed in an intimate courtyard and known only to those who look, this restaurant is shielded from the rest of the city by the high walls of Parisian architecture. A clandestine venue perfect for an intimate date, and more subdued than an Eiffel Tower dinner, Le Cour Jardin comes into its own on summer evenings. As soon as the temperature rises the restaurant takes on more than its fair share of Parisian romance.

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