Published by My B. Photos by My B. Published on 25 May 2022 at 12:01
Madame Brasserie is the name of the new restaurant by Thierry Marx on the first floor of the Eiffel Tower. Enjoy unobstructed views on Paris whilst having creative French cuisine shining a light on local produces, under an incredible glass roof. Here is what to expect.
Madame Brasserie is the name of the new restaurant opened by Thierry Marx on the first floor of the Eiffel Tower. Enjoy unobstructed views on Paris while nibbling one lovely creative French cuisine shining a light on local products, under an incredible glass roof. Here is what to expect.
A brasserie giving pride of place to french cooking and sharing. “Fascinating and inspiring, the Tower represents the elegance and excellence of the French savoir-faire making the eyes of millions of yearly visitors sparkle. Madame Brasserie will allow them to get to know today’s Paris, and will attract – we hope – locals looking for new culinary discoveries. Madame Brasserie completes an extraordinary gourmet experience and the Tower confirms its spot as exceptional culinary venue”, Société d’Exploitation de la Tour Eiffel president Jean-François Martins states.
Before being seduced by the food, you have to be seduced by the venue. For Madam Brewerytalented designer Ramy Fischler and architect Nicola Delon have come up with huge glass doors and a decoration mostly based on sustainable raw material with a modern design.
Madam Brewery ticks all the boxes, from business lunch to family meals gold romantic date. On the plate, Thierry Marx wishes to serve simple and indulging cuisine that is part of a sustainable approach. “As a craftsman, my mission consists of giving a long-lasting memory to something ephemeral. My challenge is to create simple, healthy, delightful cuisine as long lasting as the monument itself”, he says.
Bookings are open and taken by storm, so you better not wait to long if you want to go soon. Note the menu changes at lunch and dinner, and prices changed depending on the seat you choose. For instance, it will be more expensive to eat by the window than in the center of the brasserie.
Madame Brasserie Menu
Lunch Brasserie Menu
Organic Ile de France soft-boiled egg, button and oyster mushrooms
Maison Vérot pot-au-feu terrine
Spelled risotto with Cantal cheese, tender pork belly
Spinach and cream cheese cannelloni, mashed carrot
Chocolate panna cotta, praline crunch and cocoa bean emulsion
Creamy fromage blanc, seasonal fruit, honey and organic granola
GRAND LADY MENU
Dinner tasting menu
Maison Vérot pâté in crust with foie gras
Crispy organic Ile de France egg, green asparagus with red fruit vinaigrette and Comté cheese
Pea tartlet with Père Fabre goat’s curd cheese and watercress
Blue lobster, Ile de France quinoa with herbs
Hand race 1
Spelled risotto with Cantal cheese, seasonal vegetables
Hand race 2
Farmhouse corn-fed chicken, spinach and fresh cheese cannelloni, Marengo jus
Lightly seared hake fillet, artichoke, sweet onions
Veal steak, carrot tops, Ile de France quinoa
Père Fabre goat’s cheese, Ile de France honey
Old-fashioned chocolate fondant, custard infused with cocoa nib chips
Vegan Pavlova, strawberries, pink pralines and fresh verbena
Candied rhubarb with Berlingot sweets and fromage blanc sorbet on Genoa bread
Rum baba cake, fresh vanilla cream
In other words, to enjoy wonderful sustainable French cuisine based on local produces on the iconic French landmark the Eiffel Tower is, click here.