Welcome to the “Bulle Parisienne” on the 1st floor
Tuesday 22 October 2019
Modified the 12/11/19
The terrace on the Eiffel Tower’s first floor is serving an array of delicacies! Until March 2020, a transparent dome that can accommodate 80 people was installed, allowing visitors to enjoy dining and relaxation services.
As an alternative to the 58 Tour Eiffel restaurant (closed for renovations until spring), the “Bulle Parisienne” (Parisian Bubble) invites visitors to come and enjoy different options for breakfast, lunch and dinner at the table, with quality products, notably from the local and eco-friendly association, Guilde des Artisans de la Tour.
Bistro dishes and temporary wine cellar
For morning gourmets, there are pastries created by chef Thierry Marx! For lunch and dinner, the Bulle offers a menu composed of typical Parisian dishes, in a bistro style (lasagna, quiches, croque-monsieur, soups, etc.), boards (cheeses, cold cuts or vegetarian) and sweet delicacies (pies, custards and more).
The “Bulle Parisienne” also provides wine-tastings outside the restaurant opening hours. These tastings are complemented by the exceptional exhibition of a temporary wine cellar next to the dome, created in partnership with the Winerie parisienne*. Grapes from the Paris Winery's vineyard (near Paris) are vinified there, at a height of 187 feet (57 meters)! This offers visitors an opportunity to discover the authentic facilities (tanks, barrels and casks) necessary to make a wine and the different techniques and stages of winemaking.
*The Winerie Parisienne is the first urban winery opened in Paris since 1970.