Monsieur Bleu

by Tina on July 23, 2015

in Food, France, Paris

I don’t know if a visit to Monsieur Bleu is in the cards for us for this trip to Paris, but it is certainly on the top of my list.  With an interior designed by one of my personal favorites, Joseph Dirand, I feel giddy and a little weak at the knees, just thinking about dining at this restaurant which I think has struck the perfect balance between luxury and minimalism.  (Two things Joseph Dirand is most famous for.)

With an enviable view of the Eiffel  Tower from it’s position on the Palais de Tokyo, Monsieur Bleu is a favorite among locals this season.  I must admit that I am a little disappointed that no menu is even hinted at on the website (unless I am missing it?) but I assume there might be an escargot or two served here.  (Though I will personally be passing on them!)

I guess when you are known as the coolest kid in town, you don’t worry about drawing a crowd, or in our case, an entire Traveling Family, but hey, the interior is beautiful and I wouldn’t mind sitting and sipping a glass of water here… which I suppose kind of proves my theory about the menu.
Monsieur-Bleu-at-the-Palais-de-Tokyo-in-Paris-yatzer-7 Monsieur-Bleu-at-the-Palais-de-Tokyo-in-Paris-yatzer-8 Monsieur-Bleu-at-the-Palais-de-Tokyo-in-Paris-yatzer-13 Monsieur-Bleu-at-the-Palais-de-Tokyo-in-Paris-18 Photos via Monsieur Bleu via Remodelista

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Gia July 31, 2015 at 7:19 pm

Ooh, those shades of green are so lovely and inviting.


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