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Romantic Restaurants in Paris
Paris is breathtaking and the air is filled with romance so finding a restaurant is not that difficult but here is a list of the most "ooh la la" restaurants in Paris!
They are not cheap but they are worth taking a visit too.
The city of lights can be seen from most of these places and if you can't see the view of Paris from here than the interior will take your breath away and the food will tantalise your tastebuds.
Restaurant 58, 1st floor Eiffel Tower.
Restaurant 58 is located on the first floor of the Eiffel Tower and has panoramic views of the city.
It serves French cuisine and has minimalistic furniture to keep the focus on the view.
Booking is essential and arriving half an hour before is recommended.
There is a choice of menu options that include the lift ticket.
Opera Menu for 6:30, 9:30 - 76-50 (euro's) per person
Glass of champagne, starter, main course and dessert. Drinks not included.
Opera + Menu for 6:30, 9:30 - 92-50 (euro's) per person
Glass of champagne, starter, main course, dessert, coffee, mineral water and wine.
Service Premiere for 9pm - 165-00 (euro's) per person
Priveledged seating by the window with Trocadero view.
Special service, superior menu: aperitif, starter, 2 courses, dessert, mignardises, wine, mineral water and coffee.
Here's a peak at the menu;
Glass of Champagne
Seared duck foie gras with quince and barberry marmalade
Griddled scallops, butternut squash with rosemary, beurre blanc sauce
Tender roast veal in a truffled Viennese coating, fondant potatoes, traditional jus
Chocolate sphere, light vanilla cream, pear and candied chestnuts
Choice of wine on a basis of 1 bottle for 2 persons
Bordeaux Graves, Château Haut Selve (red wine)
Pouilly Fumé Le Loriot (white wine)
Côtes de Provence, Château Réal Martin (rosé)
Mineral water and coffee
Bateaux Parisiens (dinner cruise illuminated)
Pier number 7 Port de la Bourdonnais,75007 Paris (located at the foot of the Eiffel Tower)
Check in is at 8:15 pm the boat departs at 8:30 and is approximately 2. 5 hours.
Watch the sparkling lights of Paris on board a glass bottom boat while having a delicious meal.
A la Carte menu with coctail, starter, main course, dessert, water, coffee and selected wines. The food is prepared on the boat and there are four different options to choose from.
Service Etoile: Seats with panoramic view, 3 course dinner, selected wines, water and coffee.
Elégance: Seats close to the windows, 3 course dinner, selected wines, water and coffee.
Privilège: Window seats, 3 course dinner, selected wines, water and coffee.
Service Premier: Seats at the best tables in front of the boat, first boarding privileges, 3 course dinner, selected wines, water and coffee.
(Euro's) 134- 20
Le Gran Colbert 2 Rue Vivienne, 75001 Paris
Most will recognise this restaurant from the movie "Something's gotta give."
This restaurant is situated in the heart of the 2nd district in Paris which borders the Palais Royal Gardens and is classified as a monument.
The menu consists of escargot, fish, lobster, oysters, pasta and a wide variety to choose from.
Prices vary from 50 euro's per person and they close at 2am. Parking attendants are available too.
Restaurant Le Meurice 228 rue de Rivoli, 75001, Paris
The décor is inspired by the Salon de la Paix at the Chateaux de Versailles and is based on three paintings from the 17th century. It overlooks the Tuileries Gardens and once you have been guided through the glass doors you will be overwhelmed by the chandeliers, ancient mirrors and noble materials.
The food is created by a 3 Michelin - star chef; Yannick Alleno's who describes the food as modern and audacious.
The average meal is about 95 euro's and a jacket is required!
le Cafe Lenotre 10 av.des Champs Elysees, Paris, 75008
This restaurant is situated perfectly in the greenery of the gardens of the Champs - Elysee.
It has contemporary décor and offers a range of tasty dishes. The glass roof room is open all year round and in Summer there is a terrace which is peaceful and at the heart of the Champs - Elysee.
Open everyday from 8:30 to 22:30 but closed for Sunday lunch.
The average price of a meal here is 50 to 80 euro's per person.
Le Cristal Room Baccarat 11 place des Etats-Unis, 75116, Paris
An extravagant mirrored palace was a former hotel which can now be appreciated as a museum heritage collection of the famous ballroom "Vicomtesse du Bizarre." The different rooms of the designer restaurant can be reserved for occasional events.
This is not cheap and you have to book in advance.