There are lights integrated into the ceiling and the walls and
diamond-shaped strobes that contrast with exotic wood panelling, and with the ever
changing lighting from the pre-programmed computer system, you are guaranteed a very
unique atmosphere that even doctors have commented that it is soothing and calming for an
even better mood whilst dining with your friends and family.
The Music Hall Paris restaurant provides innovative French cuisine produced by Guillaume the
former private chef for Pierre Cardin and Baron Rothschild with fusion cooking delights
such as glazed sea bass with mushroom ravioli and artichoke, chicken cooked with honey and
lime served with parmesan and asparagus risotto, roast duck breast with thin ratatouille
and cherry sauce, scallops with a mashed potato fusion and leeks fondue, plus the desserts
produced by the pastry chef Pascal like cream of Tanzanian chocolate, crusty praline with
almonds and hazelnuts and chocolate ice cream or the light cream with white cheese served
on caramelized biscuit, accompanied with strawberries are just as tempting.
After you have enjoyed your dinner, from 10pm you could always enjoy a drink and listen to
music from the pianist or DJ to round off a wonderful evening, yet this is also one those
trendy Paris restaurants where you can dine until the early hours of the morning.
Restaurant Guide Key Points
Being a trendy, gastronomic restaurant suitable attire is recommended and especially of an
evening you will find that most people in Paris do dress up for a meal out and at this
restaurant, it is no exception.
There is a Valet Parking Service provided by an outside company, however, if you are
travelling via public transport, then the nearest metro station is the Franklin Roosevelt.
The Music Hall is open every day of the week and on a Monday to Friday it opens from 11 am
to 2am on a Saturday it is open from 6pm through to 4am and on Sundays and holidays its
open rom 6pm through to 2am.
The tea room is open from 3pm to 8pm, dinner is from 8pm until midnight and the bar lounge
plus supper is available from 10pm through to 2am.
Due to the popularity of this unique restaurant in Paris, booking is highly recommended
although not mandatory and smart dress is required.
To give you an idea the lunch menu is an approximate cost of 18 and the a la carte
evening meals are an approximate cost of 65 for a three course meal not including
Address and Contact Details:
Music Hall Paris
63 Avenue Franklin D. Roosevelt
Ile de France
Tel: +33 (0) 1 45 61 03 63