15 Restaurants With the Most Beautiful Views of Paris

Are you looking for a restaurant that is out of the ordinary to impress your partner, your friends or your colleagues? We have selected a list of restaurants in Paris with a breathtaking enough view, to impress everyone.


Luxury restaurants

Le Ciel de Paris

Tour Maine Montparnasse, 56th floor, 33 avenue du Maine, 75015 Paris

At the top of the Montparnasse Tower, take a step up to enjoy a unique view of the capital at Le Ciel de Paris.

The delicate decor set up by Noé Duchaufour-Lawrence is an invitation to party with its caramel colors and its round and light shapes like champagne bubbles.

Near the bay windows, an exceptional panorama of the whole city is offered to you. At night, when the city is lined with lights, you will live a magical and unforgettable moment while tasting a cuisine with subtle aromas of the chef Christophe Marchais.

After dinner, you can extend your dream evening at the bar. Champagnes, cocktails and Bellinis are served to perfection, as well as an Ultra Brut Laurent-Perrier and its gourmet Neuvic caviar.

Price: Menu starting from €30.

Find more information on the official website.


Le Jules Verne

2nd floor of the Eiffel Tower, avenue Gustave Eiffel, 75007 Paris

We’re high up but in a special setting with the Jules Verne, a Michelin-starred restaurant on the second floor of the Eiffel Tower.

Created by Aline Asmar from Amman, the place combines a 1900’s decor with a contemporary chic that fits perfectly with the Iron Lady.

The cuisine of chef Frédéric Anton’s team also keeps up with the Tower, in search of abstraction and timelessness.

At 125 meters above the ground, the restaurant offers several views of each side of Paris through its three rooms, each more breathtaking than the other, which you can immortalize in photos.

Price: Menu starting from €135.

Find more information on the official website.


Le Meurice Alain Ducasse

228 rue de Rivoli, 75001 Paris

Freshly renovated in 2016 by designer Philippe Starck, Le Meurice displays a pure Louis XIV-era style with refined lines inspired by the Salon de la Paix at the Château de Versailles.

Here, simplicity is the key word. No superfluous decoration at the table, only a white tablecloth and the cutlery that goes with it. The aim is to be able to taste a cuisine that uses simple products yet brings out their true taste, orchestrated by Jocelyn Herland and Cédric Grolet.

You have to book a table upstairs to be able to appreciate a nice view of the Jardin des Tuileries through the large windows of the restaurant.

Price: Menu starting from €280.

Find more information on the official website.


L’Oiseau Blanc

19 avenue Kléber, 75116 Paris

With a focus on French cuisine and aviation, L’Oiseau Blanc will have you soar over the rooftops of the City of Light.

In this gastronomic restaurant where French cuisine is revised, you will dress up in a warm and airy setting.

In homage to Charles Nungesser and François Coli, a pair of aviation pioneers, a replica of the plane “L’Oiseau Blanc” that they used to attempt to cross the Atlantic Ocean hangs in the air.

In addition to having a magnificent panoramic view of the roofs of Paris, you can enjoy it fully on the open-air terrace. Or, if you prefer to face the Eiffel Tower, book the Table Parfaite decorated by Maison Saint-Louis where the chef will prepare a romantic menu just for you.

Price: Menu starting from €95.

Find more information on the official website.


Le Benkay

61 quai de Grenelle, 75001 Paris


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A Japanese restaurant located in the 4-star Novotel Tour Eiffel hotel. Benkay offers two different cuisines. The traditional Washoku under the hat of Taichi Ando, that you already know since it proposes the classic sushis, sashimis, tempuras, and many other typical Japanese dishes.

The Teppan Yaki, where the dishes are cooked in front of you on a hot plate by the chef Koji Hashimoto, is considered as a high gastronomic cooking in Japan, it requires a great dexterity to give you a plate of harmony of tastes and colors.

You will enjoy a panoramic view of the Seine, the Statue of Liberty, and the Maison de la Radio, while being disoriented by the typical setting of a Japanese wooden house.

Price: Menu starting from €55.

Find more information on the official website.


Mid-range restaurants

The Chalet des Îles

14 chemin de ceinture du Lac Inférieur du Bois de Boulogne, 75016 Paris

Outside of Le Chalet

In the heart of the Bois de Boulogne, the Chalet des Îles will take you away from the Parisian streets in a bucolic setting in the middle of nature.

On the terrace where a bar serves cocktails and wines coming from the four corners of France, an impregnable view on the wood and the Lower Lake is offered to you for a fully exotic moment.

The cuisine is traditional, including roasted eggplant, chicken supreme, cod with spinach fondue, and a selection of oysters.

To set the restaurant apart, on Tuesdays and Wednesdays it prepares a delicious Savoyard fondue with three cheeses (Beaufort, Cousin and Abundance) and a hearty platter of cold cuts and potatoes for €35.

And from spring to the end of the summer, you can rent a boat to go around the lake with friends or family. Be careful, if you are not a regular, it may take you an hour to go around the lake.

Price: Menu starting from €60.

Find more information on the official website.


Terrass” Restaurant

12 rue Joseph de Maistre, 75018 Paris

Inside of the Terrass"Restaurant

You’ll have to go up to the seventh floor of the Terrass” Hotel to go to the Terrass” Restaurant, a bistronomic restaurant that has a breathtaking panoramic view of Paris that is particularly enchanting both by day and by night.

We strongly advise you to make reservations in advance to ensure you get a good table.

At lunchtime, you’ll spend between €18 and €24 for a main course. The lemongrass and soy marinated poultry with Chinese cabbage is tender and melts in the mouth. And for dessert, the black forest with kirsch liqueur is aesthetically pleasing and makes you want to sink your teeth into it.

For dinner, the à la carte dishes cost between €12 and €70. Once again, the meat is in the spotlight with the beef filet from Normandy served with chanterelle mushrooms and Jerusalem artichokes that perfectly mix with the meat juice.

Price: A la carte dishes between €9 and €70.

Find more information on the official website.


Le 6 New York

6 avenue de New York, 75016 Paris

Ideally located between the Eiffel Tower and the Champs Elysées, Le 6 New York has been the work of chef Jérôme Gangneux and his wife Cathy since 2002.

Typical French dishes are revised with a menu that changes with the seasons to ensure optimal freshness.

Creativity is at the meeting thanks to the experience of the chef who draws his inspiration from his Norman roots to offer you a unique cuisine. All this in a menu at €45.

You will enjoy a spacious and pleasant setting with a view of the Eiffel Tower in all its splendor, provided you reserve your table in advance.

Price: Menu starting from €40.

Find more information on the official website.


Le Cabanon de la Butte

6 rue Lamarck, 75018 Paris

Right next to the Sacré-Coeur Basilica, Le Cabanon de la Butte is a charming restaurant serving plentiful and traditional homemade dishes.

The upstairs room has a quaint and intimate charm with its dark wood floor and stone arch.

There is something for everyone, from the bourguignon beef to the duck breast for €20 and €21 respectively, as well as the fried burger, the stuffed escargots, the salmon and potatoes, and the crayfish tail salad.

On a table at the corner next to a window, you will have the opportunity to enjoy a breathtaking view of the roofs of Paris with the Sacré-Coeur in sight.

Price: Main course between 17 and €23.

Find more information on the official website.


Le Pavillon du Lac

Place Armand Carrel, 75019 Paris

Nestled in the Buttes-Chaumont park, take a breath of fresh air at the Pavillon du Lac while enjoying a green setting as if you were in the countryside.

The chef has no shortage of skills and creativity to offer hearty and appetizing dishes prepared with local ingredients for a 38€ menu.

The pan-fried scallops and their delicious coffee chestnut purée accompanied by roasted salsify will make your mouth water.

You have to leave the cozy lounge of the restaurant and go to the aerial terrace to enjoy a beautiful view of the park or sit on the glass roof perched in the trees for a total immersion.

Price: Dish of the day €21, menu €25 or €27.

Find more information on the official website (in french).


Le Dîner italien

Port de Beaugrenelle, 75015 Paris

Dinner Cruise at Pizza-sur-Seine

Have you ever thought about having a dinner cruise? You may think the prices are crazy, but at Pizza-sur-Seine, you only have to pay 39€ per person for a 1h45 cruise around Paris, meal included.

On board the Daniel’s, you can enjoy a magical view from the Seine on many monuments of Paris like the Tuileries Garden, the Louvre Pyramid, or the Statue of Liberty, without forgetting of course the Eiffel Tower on an air-conditioned terrace.

On the menu, you will find a platter of lovingly marinated vegetables served with Italian toast, the crostini. Then, you’ll have a choice of five pizzas, from the classic Margherita to the Regina with ham and mushrooms, to a pizza with marinated salmon and citrus. And finally, for dessert, the chef serves you his tiramisu with an inimitable recipe.

Price: Menu starting from €39.

Book your dinner cruise at Le Dîner italien now.


Cheap restaurants

LouLou Montmartre

8 rue Lamarck, 75018 Paris

Inside of the Loulou Montmartre

Despite its looks of a small restaurant, the Loulou Montmartre does not lack any assets to be able to impress people.

In an intimate and warm room decorated without fuss, the view on the roofs of Paris near the windows is charming, especially at night when Paris lights up with a thousand lights. As for the service, the staff is very friendly and efficient.

During the day, the restaurant serves a brunch with pastries, jams and carrot cakes.

In the evening, you can go for a classic cuisine with a Caesar salad for €14, roasted camembert with honey, almonds and oregano for €10, or a white fish ceviche sweetened with cherries for €16.

Price: Between €8 and €18.

Find more information on the official website.


Food Breizh

31 quai Anatole France, 75007 Paris

Brittany comes to Paris at Food Breizh.

This restaurant has peacefully set anchor near the banks of the Seine to offer its crepe specialties to all Parisians.

Whether it is butter, flour or eggs, all the products are organic and respect the purest Breton tradition.

You can purchase wheat crepes starting from €2.5 with a simple butter-sugar crepe to €7.5 if you choose 4 fillings with, for example, a 100% Breton salted butter caramel or a home-made jam.

Still at a low price, the restaurant also proposes buckwheat crepes and waffles, but also curious sandwiches-omelets not so easy.

After ordering your meal, you can settle down at a table to enjoy a relaxing view, rocked by the coming and going of boats on the Seine.

Price: Menu between €10 and €14.

Find more information on the Facebook page.


Café Panis

21 quai Montebello, 75005 Paris

At Café Panis, we serve everything in gourmet quantities.

From filling burgers to tasty soups, from the usual omelets and Croque-monsieurs to salmon planks to share and beef tartar. All of this for an average price of €12 per dish.

As a starter, we recommend the roasted camembert with confit onions and Pommes grenailles on an apple chutney. The combination is not only well thought out, but above all, it is exquisite.

Thanks to its ideal location in front of Notre Dame, you will undoubtedly enjoy the best view of the Cathedral, especially if you are placed on the terrace.

Price: main course costs between 14 and €19.50.

Find more information on the official website (in french).


Le Studio Café

15 place Saint-Pierre, 75018 Paris

At the foot of the Montmartre hill, the Studio Café is located right in front of the Sacré-Coeur Basilica, offering a magnificent view of this historical monument brightened up by the Square Louise-Michel.

This café immerses you in a nostalgic setting with vintage cartoon boxes. With a wide range of dishes, we particularly loved the generous lasagne bolognaise at €12.

If you need to eat on the go, you can even order takeaway crepes for a price between €4.60 and €8 prepared at the order without sacrificing quality.

More information on the official website.