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Le Jules Verne sits on the second floor of the Eiffel Tower, 400ft above the city.
By Alex Martin | August 9 2020
The world-renowned Le Jules Verne, which sits on the second floor of the Parisian landmark, 400ft above the city, was revamped by Frédéric Anton last year. Anton, a three-Michelin-starred chef, took over from Alain Ducasse, who acrimoniously lost his tender following an 11-year stint. The dining room was also given a fresh look, but despite the changes, the core elements remain, including stunning views of the city and world-class French cuisine. The restaurant is possibly one of the most romantic by night, but it is equally as enjoyable by day. The restaurant offers a dedicated lunch service including its signature five and seven-course tasting menus. However, for those looking for something lighter, the three-course á la carte option will leave some room for your dinner plans.