Le Jules Verne
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Le Jules Verne Restaurant Review: Dine 125 meters above the City of Light in a completely remodeled space and with cuisine by Alain Ducasse. It’s an opportunity to enjoy an exceptional view of Paris and a Patrick Jouin designed dining room, at once elegant, sober, contemporary and mysterious thanks to the central honeycomb wall enclosing the kitchen. There, Pascal Féraud, who has worked at Le Louis XV in Monaco, executes classic Ducasse dishes with clarity. The lobster bears witness to this, as well as the celery and truffles in rémoulade, the scallops à la plancha and cauliflower in a cream sauce, thick rounds of beef with foie gras and, to finish, a gourmand clin d'oeil, the écrou de chocolat. Service is professional, and the wines selected by Gérard Margeon add to the experience. Overall, Le Jules Verne is a great establishment for important occasions (lunch menu at €90 Monday to Friday, and €210 weekends and bank holidays; dinner menu at €210).