Nestled by the Seine, on the upper floor of the Bateaux Mouches pier, Le Club Restaurant has been private for quite a long time and now opens to everyone for our greatest pleasure.
In an atmosphere, reminding us of the clubs in the 30’s, have a seat in one of the comfortable armchairs and admire the breathtaking view on the Eiffel Tower. Indeed, it’s so close we can almost think we’re having a one-on-one dinner with it. When night falls, lights turn slightly down, and the panorama is even more magical!
In terms of food, it’s talented Bearnese chef Christian Etchebest who signed the menu. Strong lover of the south-western cuisine, he tickles our taste buds with his many Cantines du Troquet. Always in for new challenges, he gladly agreed to design Le Club Restaurant menu and hand over the reins to another young chef from his region, Romain Casas. At only 26 years old, the latter trained at Carré des Feuillants (2 Michelin star), as “Chez Château”, an unmissable restaurant in the Basque Country before leaving for London. Now, he brilliantly works the menu designed by Christian Etchebest and adds his personal touch. From the association of these two top chefs, results a divine cuisine!
The menu is short and offers 5 starters, 5 main courses and 5 desserts.
South-west twists are never left-out, especially with the irresistible charcuterie by Eric Ospital.
You can also enjoy as a starter, the chestnut velouté, pear, foie gras, a true delight. As well as the plancha oeuf parfait, broth and mushroom fricassee, or the raw and cooked sea scallop carpaccio, avocado, beetroot and cauliflower.
Let’s continue with the famous hen from Pierre Duplantier’s, sauce poulette, carrot, black rice, the beautiful pork chop from Eric Ospital’s, so precious to Christian Etchebest, or maybe you’d be more into fish with sea scallops, citrus fruits, and winter squash are to die for!
Let’s wrap it up with the lukewarm chocolate mousse with Espelette pepper and winter squash that will likely surprise you, such as the “Pastis perdu” (like a French toast but with a brioche – pastis – from Landes), mandarin and yogurt ice cream.
Plates are as beautiful as delicious, associations are bold and tasty, cooking and seasoning are fair… in other words, it’s delightful!
In order not to deny ourselves the pleasure, prices are rather affordable.
Indeed, all starters cost €12, main courses €25 and desserts €10.
You also have a menu of the day served from Tuesday to Friday at lunchtime including the dish of the day, a glass of wine and a cup of coffee for €24.
For the biggest foodies, an à la carte menu with starter, main course and dessert is available for €42.
A brunch shaped like a very generous buffet, served with a glass of champagne is available on Sundays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. for €55 for adults and €30 for children.
In addition to the restaurant, you also have a bar club lounge, the K.O. in which you can sip a cocktail and listen to some music. By the way, it welcomes on Saturdays and Sundays, from 5 a.m. to 10 a.m., partygoers who don’t want to go to bed!
There’s also a terrace, Le Monsieur Mouche, where it feels good to dance when sunny days are back.
Oh! And we were about to forget, you can park your car and the parking lot is free and guarded day and night!
In other words, Le Club Restaurant is part of these addresses we would love to keep as a secret so much the place is magical, with an unobstructed view on the Eiffel Tower, a just and tasty cuisine. But we’re nice people at Sortiraparis and we enjoy sharing our best spots! C’mon, go there with your eyes closed, you won’t be disappointed.
Le Club Restaurant
Port de la Conférence
75008 Paris 8
M° Alma Marceau
Les desserts: €10
Les entrées: €12
Menu du jour du mardi au vendredi avec le plat du jour, un verre de vin et le café: €24
Les plats: €25
Le brunch pour les enfants: €30
Menu à la carte avec entrée, plat et dessert: €42
Le brunch avec une coupe de Champagne: €55
Déjeuner et dîner du mardi au samedi de 12h30 à 14h et de 19h30 à 23h
Brunch le dimanche de 11h à 15h