Café de l’Homme owns one of the most beautiful views on the Eiffel Tower. The restaurant, managed by Coco Coupérie-Eiffel and Christophe Bonnat since 2004, is one of the smartest brasseries in the area.
Even if it’s hidden at the back of the Musée de l’Homme, it’s simple, from lunchtime to dinnertime, Café de l’Homme is always full. Business lunches, informal meetings in the afternoon, lounge meetings, Café de l’Homme, its chic style and its bistronomic menu are appealing!
Café de l’Homme room
Dare to come in the Musée de l’Homme and walk along the long corridor. Like a double-door entrance, it allows us to unwind and serenely enter this cocoon, far from the Trocadéro hustle and bustle and the many tourists.
For the room, owners of the place Coco Coupérie-Eiffel and Christophe Bonnat called on architects Gilles & Boissier, entrusted with decoration, to remind us of the charm of the 1930’s, when the Palais de Chaillot has been built. Ingeniously evoking an oasis, this décor doesn’t leave out Palais de Chaillot Art Déco codes.
Café de l’Homme (covering 5000-sqm) offers many spaced bench seats so that it can respect intimacy, while keeping a wonderful light wherever you are in the room and the comfort of large seats. The only down side, the Café de l’Homme room doesn’t enable you to eat in front of the Eiffel Tower, only the summer terrace allows us this pleasing moment!
Betting on a contemporary and elegant Parisian brasserie, the new Café de l’Homme will seduce you too with the restaurant menus, wine list and brasserie menus.
Spring menu 2018
Behind the stove, Frédéric Vardon, starred chef of the 39V, assisted by executive chef Mickaël Foubert.
On the menu of the restaurant? Bistronomic dishes mixing high-quality products that are very well plated and a menu that changes every season. For this spring 2018, female chef Morena Leite highlight fishes with Asian flavors, to be enjoyed with cold infusions by Christophe Robin for €8. A delicious and refreshing seabream ceviche with pineapple (€26) awaits us as well as a roasted organic salmon with soy and honey, king oyster mushrooms and braised pak choï (€28), that is very soft in the mouth, without forgetting the steamed codfish, coconut and lemongrass, Basmati rice (€30) and the ravioli with parmesan cheese and tapioca, herbs sauce.
Please note meat lovers will enjoy the lamb cooked in two ways, chop and candied shoulder, oriental tabbouleh (€32), the duck tournedos from “Maison Burgaud”, roasted vegetables, black truffle sauce (€32) or the crispy chicken supreme marinated in sake, mango chutney, coconut-curry sauce (€28). The whole is served with thoroughly chosen wines, from €9 to €14 per glass.
Then, for a sweet note, Café de l’Homme has several delicacies: Tarte Tatin with mango (€16), “Mille-feuille” with sesame (€15) and Choc finger by Café de l’Homme (€16)… If you don’t know what to take, the assortment of desserts gets everyone to agree with its 12 desserts to nible!
From April, when Paris is getting warmer, Café de l’Homme goes out on the wonderful terrace looking over Chaillot.
We can eat all day long and at nighttime, the terrace welcomes DJs for relaxing evening around boards and a lovely range of Mojitos, beers and an impressive selection of spirits including rums, whiskies and even absinthe at the fountain!
Alcohol abuse is bad for your health, please consume with moderation.
Le Café de l'Homme
17 Place du Trocadéro et du 11 Novembre
75116 Paris 16
les cocktails de plantes: 8 €
les vins, au verre: 9-14 €
les desserts: 12-17 €
les entrées: 16-28 €
les plats: 24-40 €
01 44 05 30 15
Ouvert tous les jours de 12h à minuit