A Rainy Day in Paris

How did we spent our rainy day in Paris ?

Luncheon at Le Jules Verne was an experience to keep .

This restuarant is located at the third floor of the very known Eiffel tower . A classy way of visiting this impressive tower with a private elevator , a receptionist and your own private access to the observatory deck of the tower .
With Chef Frédérick Anton ( has been a 3 stars since 2007) leading the service you would expect nothing but perfection on every cuisine that is served . Both the meal and wine were perfectly thought out .


We had the five course meal with two amuses and glasses of savory rose champagne.

Chestnuts in caramel sauce
Sea Urchins
Cauliflower mousse with caviar
Lemon crab
Naturally cooked Cod with spicy jus
Smoked lamb

Our food varies from Sea urchin to very tasty smoked lamb .
The dessert was the highlight. It was called ” The chocolate dessert” , the chocolates were presented and made into temperature ( warm and cold ) you must start at the warm chocolate mouse then topped it with the cold chocolate.

The chocolate dessert


This will give you one mouthful of food orgasm…
It is bitter , salty ,hot, sweet and cold or I should say magic ….
We closes our luncheon with a coffee paired with these cute chocolates and sponge orange cakes to nibble.

Sometimea delicious things comes in small portions

As the skies cried her heart out .. Two friends enjoys the savory rose champagne at the top of the Eiffel tower .

Savory rose champagne

P.s

My dear friend ended her 50th birthday celebration here with a small complimentary mango sorbet with a handwritten in a thin chocolate sheet “happy 50th birthday Ralla ” by the chef 🙂

Blow and make a wish

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