Graphically gourmet

Paris lights up and the Eiffel Tower sparkles. Champagne and caviar are served at an altitude of 276m in the top-floor bar, high above the city. The views are breathtaking. The recently reimagined Michelin starred Jules Verne restaurant is, according to architect and interior designer Aline Asmar d’Amman, a “manifesto of French chic, a state of mind, a synonym of certain classism combined with a slight irreverence.” Combined with Chef Frederic Anton’s crisp, refined cuisine, often referred to as decidedly feminine and likened to abstract works of art, an evening here promises to become a timeless memory.

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