Located within Paris landmark the Palais de Tokyo, Monsieur Bleu instantly became the hotspot for work lunches or business dinners when it opened. With a dramatic fit-out by Parisian designer Joseph Dirand, the impressive space’s mossy green banquet seating, Lalique glass dividing panels, black marble, bronze fixtures and geometric lighting installations present a modern approach to the traditional French brasserie, which the restaurant’s seasonal menu is based around. But more than just a first-class meal, Monsieur Bleu is also a romantic spot for a pre-dinner drink or nightcap. And during the summer months be sure to book a table on the terrace with views of the Eiffel Tower twinkling in the background.
Often dubbed the Upper East Side of Paris, the 16th arrondissement is an affluent neighbourhood on the Right Bank that houses some of the city’s most impressive museums including modern art space the Palais de Tokyo along with many Parisian sporting venues such as Stade Roland Garros where the French Open is played. The district also houses the Palais du Trocadéro, which offers the best viewing platform of the Eiffel Tower, along with important examples of Art Deco architecture.
Monsieur Bleu | 20 Avenue de New York, 75116 | +33 1 47 20 90 47