On the first level of the Eiffel Tower, at exactly 58 meters (190 feet) above the ground, you will find 58 Tour Eiffel, the elegant restaurant designed by Patrick Jouin. It is the perfect place to take a break from your sightseeing in the capital city or to make the most of your visit to the Iron Lady as you have a bite and admire the view.
58 Eiffel Tour restaurant is located on the first-level platform with all glass walls that showcase a spectacular view of Paris. By day, the sense of being suspended in the sky between the tower's metal components is gripping. Light infuses the interior and the brightness showcases the restaurant's ultra-contemporary decor. At night, guests can soak in a gorgeous sunset before watching the City of Lights gradually transform before diners' eyes. The wide bay windows enable you to enjoy the lighting of the tower itself and to experience – from the inside – the twinkling animation that lights up the Iron Lady for a few minutes each hour. Plus there's the panoramic view of Trocadéro and the Palais de Chaillot.
The open kitchen at 58 Tour Eiffel gives customers a chance to admire the cooks at work. Alain Soulard heads up the Ducasse team and knowingly navigates French cuisine to serve menus that are perfectly suited to the two peak times of the day: lunch and dinner. Just as the setting varies according to the time of day within the Iron Lady, so do the ambiance and menu!
For a delicious midday break, 58 Tour Eiffel is the perfect solution. Nestle into its relaxed ambiance to enjoy the view and a meal served in a basket like a chic picnic. It is a quick and tasty way to lunch and to satisfy the whole family without sacrificing a fresh, quality meal. The menu changes twice a year to respect the seasonality of ingredients and keep the dishes flavorful and healthy. Lunch can be taken with or without reservations. Priced from €41.50, it is a fun way to draw out your visit to the Eiffel Tower!
The ambiance changes as night settles in! The 58 Tour Eiffel restaurant becomes a hip brasserie with an exclusive atmosphere. While the views continue to be the main attraction, the contents of the menu are also worth the trip. The seasonal food whipped up by the talented chefs gives pride of place to French tradition with fresh takes on classics paired with select wines. The modern, pared-down dishes are complemented by elegant tableware that showcases the components and textures on each plate. To take full advantage of the view over the lights of Paris, you can book a table in front of the bay window.
Reserving ahead of time ensures you will get a table and enjoy a unique experience. Although reservations are not critical at lunchtime, we still recommend booking it to avoid disappointment and get the most out of your outing. When you reserve your lunch at 58 Tour Eiffel with Paris City Vision, you will get priority access to the first level of the Eiffel Tower, avoiding the long lines and wait. You will arrive for your lunch or dinner relaxed, so you can admire the view and contemplate the menu calmly. And after your satisfying meal, you can even walk up to the second level via the stairs. You can also combine your dinner at 58 Tour Eiffel with other tourist outings or cultural activities in Paris, such as a cruise on the Seine or a show at the Moulin Rouge.
You should also have a look at the other Eiffel Tower restaurant, which serves fine food in a unique ambiance: The Jules Verne.