Opening of Madame Brasserie by Thierry Marx, the restaurant on the 1st floor of the Eiffel Tower

By My B. Photos by My B. Posted May 25, 2022 12:01 PM

Madame Brasserie, this is the name of the new restaurant opened by Thierry Marx on the first floor of the Eiffel Tower. A breathtaking view of Paris while enjoying lovely creative French cuisine that gives pride of place to local products, all under an incredible bay window, that’s what awaits you.

Madame Brasserie, this is the name of the new restaurant opened by Thierry Marx on the first floor of the Eiffel Tower. A breathtaking view of Paris while enjoying lovely creative French cuisine that gives pride of place to local products, all under an incredible bay window, that’s what awaits you.

A brasserie that honors the French cuisine and sharing, here is the program on the menu. “Fascinating and inspiring, the Tower represents the elegance and excellence of French know-how that make the eyes of millions of visitors twinkle each year. Madame Brasserie will allow them to immerse themselves in the Paris of today and it will, we hope, attract a local public in search of new culinary discoveries. Mrs. Brewery comes complete an extraordinary gastronomic experience and the Tower confirms its place as an exceptional culinary place.” declares Jean-François Martins, Chairman of the Operating Company of the Eiffel Tower.

Opening of Madame Brasserie by Thierry Marx on the 1st floor of the Eiffel Tower Opening of Madame Brasserie by Thierry Marx on the 1st floor of the Eiffel Tower Opening of Madame Brasserie by Thierry Marx on the 1st floor of the Eiffel Tower

Before being seduced by the plate, you have to be seduced by the place. For Madam BreweryIyou are a talented designer Ramy Fischler and architect Nicola Delon have imaginedhuge bay windows and a decoration favoring from raw materials and responsible, with a design modern.

Madam Brewery filled in all the boxes, business lunch passing through the family meal or the romantic evening in love. On the plate, Thierry Marx wishes to offer a simple and gourmet cuisine and which is part of an approach sustainable. My mission as a craftsman is to give memory to the ephemeral. My challenge is to create simple, healthy cuisine that is a source of pleasure, as durable as the monument itself.” he declares.

Opening of Madame Brasserie by Thierry Marx on the 1st floor of the Eiffel Tower Opening of Madame Brasserie by Thierry Marx on the 1st floor of the Eiffel Tower Opening of Madame Brasserie by Thierry Marx on the 1st floor of the Eiffel Tower Opening of Madame Brasserie by Thierry Marx on the 1st floor of the Eiffel Tower

The reservations are open and crowded, so don’t wait too long if you want to test it soon. Note that the menu varies from lunch to dinner and prices are based on location chosen. Thus, it will cost you more to be at the level of the bay window than in the heart of the brewery.

HAS discover on the Madame Brasserie menu:

Brasserie Lunch Menu

Entrance

Organic soft-boiled egg from Ile de France, Paris mushrooms and oyster mushrooms or
Pot-au-feu terrine from Maison Vérot

Flat

Spelled risotto linked to Cantal, tender pork belly or
Cannelloni of spinach and fresh cheese, mashed carrots

Dessert

Chocolate panna cotta, crunchy praline and cocoa bean emulsion
Where
Cottage cheese whipped with cream, seasonal fruits, honey and organic granola


GRAND LADY MENU
Evening tasting menu

AMUSE BOUCHE

Entrance

Foie gras pie from Maison Vérot
Where
Crispy organic egg from Ile de France, green asparagus with red fruit and Comté vinaigrette or
Pea tartlet, Père Fabre goat curd and watercress
Where
Blue lobster, Ile de France quinoa with herbs

Dish 1

Spelled risotto linked to Cantal, seasonal vegetables

Dish 2

Farm-raised yellow poultry, spinach and cream cheese cannelloni, Marengo jus Where
Snacked sea bass steak, poivrade artichoke, sweet onions
Where
Veal steak, carrot tops, quinoa from Ile de France

In short, to eat a nice sustainable french cuisine made of local products on the emblematic French monument that is the Eiffel Tower, it’s here.

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