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Great view. Great food. Great company. We had a petite brie bread that was excellent. The open face ravioli was the best all night. Next we had a monster sized shrimp. Then a monkfish American style which was pretty good. Better yet was the beef that followed. Mouth watering. The upside down apple was dessert was deliciously flaky, Just a little observation, the male waiter we had always gilled the men’s wine glasses higher than the women’s every time. Not a big deal because the men ended up pretty entertaining 🙂 it would be nice if they added a skirt to the women’s symbol on the bathroom.

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This had elements of very good but had enough wrong with it that I couldn’t go above 3 stars. First of all, the view where we were sitting had a view of the Eiffel Tower, if you looked through the slatted fence just so. The food was beautiful but the field was overcooked and over salted, which is really unforgivable. My girlfriend had a better meal, the prawns were divine but the rest was only ok. The service was very good and it was pleasant enough but for the money, I wouldn’t go back.

“I had the strawberries, strawberry sorbet and vanilla ice cream, which was nice and light.” in 2 reviews

“La Maison Blanche” is a trendy restaurant and provides gorgeous view of the Eiffel tower by the terrasse. We ordered the 6-course tasting menu: 1) Filet de rouget barbet servi tiède, Carpaccio d’artichauts et vinaigrette de citron doux [Rouget fish filet served at room temperature with artistrokes] 2) Gambas laquées de mangue, Fenouils en fins copeaux et son rougail [Scampi with mango] 3) Escalope de foie gras de canard poêlée, Compotée de pamplemousse et kumquats au muscat [pan seared foie gras with grapefruit and kumquats] 4) Bar sauvage, Fricassée de courgettes et févettes, coulis d’artichaut à la grenobloise [Wild seabass] 5) Filet d’agneau en croûte à l’épine vinette, Carottes des sables à l’orange [Lamb filet] 6) Biscuit chaud au chocolat ” Araguani “, Crème fouettée à l’amande amère, glace à la vanille Bourbon [molten chocolate cake with vanilla ice cream, sour whipped cream] Highlights were the wild seabass and the chocolate cake. Make sure to check out the view of the sparkling Eiffel Tower every hour on the hour.

“They also offered to take a picture of us in the terrace because in the winter it’s closed but they opened it for us anyway to take the picture.” in 8 reviews

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Mostly good dining. Take a long time for service. Had to ask for dessert and check 3 times because it was late for us. Good cocktails. Amazing view.

Not a good experience for New Year’s Eve. At all. So, since NYE 2016 has passed, let me say it’d probably be a decent experience so long as there is no live “entertainment.” For NYE, they had Russian themed knife throwers and sword handlers and dancers, etc. In a fancy white cloth-napkin kind of place!! Weaving their way in between the tables! We weren’t expecting and didn’t enjoy this Disneyesque, cheesy, over the top noise. But the WORST PART was that the “entertainment” was SO LOUD that I literally couldn’t hear my wife talking to me. The romance of NYE in Paris at a restaurant with views of the Eiffel Tower was utterly destroyed by the sheer volume of their chosen cheeseball entertainers. THANKS FOR NOTHING AND FOR THE BILL OF €1000+ FOR THE TWO OF US.

This was a gastronomic delight. Service was impeccable. We came here for our 10th wedding anniversary and they brought out candles and congratulated us – whilst remaining suave yet friendly. We started with the squab and duck and moved onto the venison and pork. The wine (from Bordeaux) was perfectly matched. A memorable night

On my best friend’s birthday, we were looking for a place to have dinner with a view of the Eiffel Tower. We were recommended this place, but did not realise it was a Michelin-star restaurant, and the price reflected that its standing. We should have expected expensive near the Champs-Élysées, but we were still a bit surprised. After experiencing the rustic food of small Paris restaurants, this was very different indeed! The waiting staff were wonderful, spoke excellent English, and even made friendly jests. We felt very welcome, and were served some complementary hor dourves while we waited. Now, when you don’t order wine with dinner in Paris, the waiters kind of look at you like you committed a capitol offence, but what with one of us having a dodgy liver and after already drinking champagne that day, we just had water. We went straight to the main course (another faux pas, I suspect). I ordered a lovely (Scottish, funnily enough) salmon dish which was accompanied by the tastiest sauce. The portions looked deceptively small and neat, but were very filling and actually quite generous. After one course, we were quite full. We had flirted with the idea of dessert, but decided to take a walk and find dessert later if we felt like it. We were sad to know that the terrace was the only place you could see the Tower, and it was closed for dining that evening. We managed to get out to take some stunning pictures after dinner, but it wasn’t quite what my friend was looking for. This is the kind of place for a special anniversary meal, or a romantic getaway. Not really where you’d expect a couple of friends on a crazy tour of Paris. Not our speed I’m afraid, but I’ll probably be back for a full meal when I next visit Paris with my other half.

Food was ok, not amazing. Air conditioning was broken so it was brutally hot. View was great. Service was very slow , but that was to be expected. Very pricey for the quality.

The elements are there for this to be a top dining experience in Paris, but it just doesn’t add up. Every step along the way it just wasn’t good enough, certainly not to justify the very high price. We’ve had much better French dining experiences than this in the U.S., and that should not be the case. First, it took nearly a week and three attempts to get a response to my request for a reservation. I thought this might be because the place was booked. But on the night we dined many tables sat empty for the entire evening. A couple in front of us walked in off the street with no reservation. The place is known for its views, but it’s mostly just window glare at night, and only a couple of tables at the very front can actually see the Eiffel Tower. As a same sex couple, we took note that all the gay customers were placed in a corner in the back of the room where they could not be seen by any other restaurant patrons. I don’t know if this was intentional, but it made an unfortunate impression. Each dish was fine. Just fine. There were no wows, even though we opted for the expensive chef’s tasting menu. This menu should be the chefs’ opportunity to show their talent, but it was only okay. Not memorable. The wine situation was irritating. We had a tasting menu, so pairings would have been appropriate, but that was not offered. Instead, we were offered only bottles. What single bottle goes from fish courses to venison? So we started with a half bottle of champagne and planned to switch to red halfway through the courses. But this request was ignored, and by the time the waiter finally came to take our order for red we had finished the last course. The moment was lost. It was then that I noticed that other patrons were being served wine by the glass, which would have been more ideal for a tasting menu. I don’t know why we were not given this option, or suggested it. Very fine dining is about anticipating the customers’ desires and going beyond their expectations. Maison Blanche seemed to be phoning it in. And even though each of my three reservation requests noted that this was a special birthday dinner, that was never communicated to the staff. I thought that perhaps birthdays get no attention here, but as we were leaving another table was treated to a festive display of sparklers at their table for someone’s birthday. Another lost opportunity to make a good impression.

Beautiful restaurant to have lunch that offers amazing views of Paris. The prefix lunch menu offers several different options. The staff are very hospitable.

I hate to give Maison Blanche a less than stellar review, but I honestly was not that impressed for a Michelin-rated restaurant. I came here for lunch, and first off- the restaurant is inside the Paris Opera House which threw us for a loop. Upon entering- we seek a beautiful restaurant but then we were shuffled to outdoor area since lunch is patio-only. The view is quite spectacular although in the heat- I was dying. If the setting looks familiar to you, it is because this is where they filmed Sex and City, and Carrie’s hotel room was filmed above the Dior store on the same street. As for the food, we ordered the prixe fixed menu with trout and it came out slightly warm but not hot. The fish was fresh but lacked seasoning. The wine selection during lunch time was also limited and the service was very sparse. We asked for our bill and it took about 20 minutes- granted this is how it is almost everywhere in Paris.

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I came here a while ago with my parents to celebrate my mom’s birthday. We all ordered the set menu, and there were some courses that allowed for a choice between meat or fish (no veggie options, so I ate fish). The food was good, but not so memorable or inventive. The best course by far was dessert- we were each given a huge molten chocolate cake, which was incredibly rich and delicious. This is how they make sure you leave dinner completely full (up until this point I definitely still had space). The service was good, view is amazing, but overall I think a bit stuffy and overpriced just based on the food. Also, maybe this is because I’m from a time when I’ve never seen this happen before (and sexism is more subtle than overt), but only my dad’s menu had the prices on it. I get this is how things were done in the past, but this really is so last century and I think Maison Blanche should get with the times.

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“There was a beautiful view, good wine, amazing food and attentive service.” in 2 reviews

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It’s honestly very pretty. Great view, and very attentive service. I can’t help but say that the only chef that shines here is the pastry chef. The chef and sous chef rely heavily on foam and artistic presentation to cover up bland and uninspired cooking. To sum it up: it’s a nice view, but that’s about all.

I would have rated this 4 stars, but once again in an excellent European restaurant, the service was nowhere to be found as we came to the end of the meal and waited an eternity with no water even for the waiter and check to finally return (40 minutes..). Excellent food and wine with potential of some good views of Eiffel Tower – though ours was of red curtains, the elevator and bathrooms.

I enjoyed the lunch here on the terrace with good views of the Eiffel Tower. Food: They have an excellently priced pre fixe menu for lunch. I had the Bass Tartare to start. Never had this before and it was so good. The first was fresh and light. The Goat Cheese and Artichoke is also a nice option. For my main, I had the White Fish Steak which was great. The Beef filet was the real winner and a great option if you want something hearty. The desserts were really good. Peaches dessert came out first (compliments of the chef). I had the strawberries, strawberry sorbet and vanilla ice cream, which was nice and light. We also tried the Chocolate Soufflé with caramel ice cream, WOW!!! So good. The entire experience was much better than I expected. We will definitely return on future trips to Paris.

I’m not sure I would go back here – only b/c there are SO Many excellent restaus in Paris – but this was the last night of our honeymoon, and my honey had yet to see the Eiffel tower sparkle! So it worked out well, even if we had to get 10 pm reservations. They were preparing our ‘special table’ when we arrived, and led us out into the chilly night onto a terrace with a great view of the tower. Theron, my now-husband, took loads of photos and then, finally, the sparkling began!! He just smiled and said, “you knew didn’t you?” Of course I did! 🙂 Then we were taken to a seat far back in the corner from which you could see the tower sparkle. Below us crazy-bright barges or dinner boats made their way down the Seine. We started with a glass of champagne each, which were swiftly taken away as the waiter had the ‘cheif sommelier’ taste it and it wasn’t fresh enough – so a new bottle was opened for us. Cool! What I found truly hilarious was that the menu given to me was without prices, while my husband was handed a menu w/all the prices. Really? why thank you! ;D We decided after much deliberation on the tasting menu. Why not right? The service was really great. The sommelier was confused when I wanted a bottle of white and a bottle of red to accompany our three hour tasting menu. I merely said, “we aren’t French.” (as those Frenchies can make a glass of wine last all night!) The amuse of salmon, grapefuit, and cream was just ok – My hubby liked it more than I did. I didn’t find it particularly inspired. I did however enjoy the crab with veggies. Was it my fave crab app ever? No, but it was very good, and delightful after eating so much heavy meat in Europe. Theron loved the foie gras – even more than normal! So this course was a win win 🙂 Our favorite course by far followed next – cream of lentil soup with porcini mushrooms- it was also fun because you had a stick and slid the mushrooms into the soup. Yummers. After this came the filet of seabass. It was cooked perfectly so I have no complaints about it. It’s just that a couple exquisite, inventive restaurants have shaped sea bass as a fish of the gods 🙂 Next up was a choice of scallops or veal. The scallop was good, but the veal was really great. The deserts were lovely but I was stuffed. However, the post dessert of madeleines was awesome 🙂 The red wine was from the Languedoc region – where the twin brothers who helm the kitchen hail from. And was quite good to be true. Bon apetit!

Most tables have a view of the window thanks to the elevated balcony area. They have an area where you can see the Eiffel Tower, but I believe that it looks better in the day. For the night time, sit near the large window! There is a coatroom with a very nice attendant. She takes your coat. The service is free, but you can tip! Service was great at the restaurant. Our main server was Joseph. Ask for him! He was extremely helpful and attentive. He was the best server I have met in Europe, and he is comparable to waiters at high end waiters in New York. My boyfriend and I ordered the 6 course degustation (tasting) menu for €110 each. There is a 7 course one for €145 each, but the only difference is the steak. If you get the 6 course, you can choose to have that steak instead of a fish. It’s not worth it to get the 7 course because the steak was the highlight of our meal. The pumpkin soup was the best we have ever tasted in Paris. It is a very popular French dish, but we loved how creamy the soup was and how delicious the mushrooms inside were. The shrimp was delicious. We are still unsure what the green sauce was, but it complemented it perfectly. I ordered the lobster, and it was prepared perfectly. The beansprout salad on the side complemented the lobster as well. My boyfriend enjoyed his foie gras. It did not taste fatty at all! Regarding the main course, I liked the fish much more than the steak. Coming from New York, I have had better steaks. However, the fish was prepared deliciously. For desserts, I ordered the fig dessert, and my boyfriend ordered the chocolate mousse dessert. The chocolate mousse was not too special, but it was very yummy. The fig dessert was beautifully prepared. It was the most interesting way I have ever had figs, and it was delicious. They also give you two shot glasses of raspberry jelly with whipped creme. These are a must try. I think this was the best dessert overall. Highly recommended for the food and service. Joseph was a great waiter!

Spent 3 days vacation in Paris before heading to Greece. On our last night we had a sumptuous dinner at this restaurant after touring and a long walk at the Eiffel Tower. The place was crowded at the outside when we arrived. We were given a table inside. Food was excellent as well as the desserts. The servers were very nice and friendly too. Overall it was a fantastic dinner.

My wife loved this place- food and service was fantastic. I also enjoyed to clown horn the chef would honk to let the staff know that he wants the plates out of the kitchen.

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It’s a nice emplacement with nice views. I went 23th of april 2015 to have “menú dejéuneer” (lunch menu). Totally was about 144e including a bottle of water and two glasses of rosé (the menu does not include the desserts and the drinks). I love the restaurant has a “somelier” only for the cave. Althought I’m spanish, there’s one really friendly attendant who speak really good spanish. In my point of view, Maison Blanche looks more like a place to have business dates and when I went with my couple both of us where the youngest people! (We are 27 years old). Anyway, Juliette in the reception makes It already perfect and It’s a place I consider you must be if you go to Paris.

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