- Ask for a seat by one of the windows that make up the outer walls of the dining room or sit on the terrace if it's nice, and you'll have a clear view of the Eiffel Tower across the street. At night, there is a Tower light show every hour on the hour until 2:00 am. The food is typical brasserie fare. The roasted chicken is a good choice for something simple yet very tasty. You can also sit here with just a drink if you like: they have several Mariage Frères teas on the menu, as well as a few nice wines by the glass. If all else fails, ask a waiter for advice: they all speak English in this part of town.
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User Reviews for Le Royal Tour Brasserie
Le royal Tour Brasserie in Paris is sucks!
In June me and my friends came there for a diner. We had to wait with our order, while the restaurant was not busy at all. But the bill I got immediately at the end. For beginning...
- posted on 08.07.12
- by Tanya K