Girafe is a scenester address with decent seafood and an incredible view of the Eiffel Tower. Service is slack, it’s nearly impossible to book, and it’s expensive. If you’re somehow able to get a reservation (these are rarely available online and they almost never answer the phone) go for the view and not the food.
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Patricia Wells (2018) reports that service can be a little slow on the 200-seat terrasse, but that “the entire experience is impressive.” Her favorite dish is the ravioles de langoustines “with its soft, welcoming pasta floating in a full-flavored mushroom and green curry sauce. I could eat that once a week!”
Le Fooding (2018) says “The incredible views of the Eiffel Tower would have sufficed” but Girafe goes the extra mile with extravagant decor and “delicate” cooking from Benoît Dargère (ex-Arpège).
Architectural Digest (2018) profiles designer Joseph Dirand’s marble-heavy interior.