Review on Le Ciel de Paris
Le Ciel de Paris on the 56th floor of the Montparnasse Tower offers one of the most panoramic views of the city of Paris and at 200 metres high, it is said to be the highest restaurant in Europe, well, the furthest from the ground! It takes just 38 seconds to be whisked in the lift to the contemporary dining room with its large panoramic windows and stunning star studded ceiling.
Chef Christophe Marchais and his team have created an inventive seasonal menu with appetizers such as terrine of duck foie gras with beets and ginger bread and risotto with chanterelles and young artichoke, parmesan cookie and fine herb salad. Main courses usher in lobster paella style with rice vénéré and crisp chorizo or veal kidneys cooked with Brives purple mustard and green vegetables before tempting desserts of a turned out crème brûlée gingerbread flavoured, with crisp apples or warm " Guanaja" chocolate cake served with vanilla ice cream.
In the evening a piano player provides soft music while you enjoy your dinner and take in the stupendous views at sunset. There is also Le Bar American serving a variety of drinks and cocktails together with a dessert menu.
Restaurant Opening Times
Breakfast: 7.30am through until
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card