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.
Lunch at the Eiffel Tower
Le Jules Verne sits on the second floor of the Eiffel Tower, 400ft above the city.