Situated in the 4th district in an ideal location on the Centre Pompidou’s vast roof, Dominique Jacob and Brendan Mc Farlane were the architects for the Restaurant Georges of impressive proportions.

It is a designer restaurant that offers spectacular views over Paris’s most famous monuments

The restaurant is owned by the Costes brother (that also own the famous Costes Hostel) and is my first choice if you want to see Paris from the top enjoying a glass of wine.

Reaching the place is not really easy, it’s at the top of the museum and you should use the special elevator dedicated to the place. Don’t be surprise if the service is not the best and the waiter are a little bit arrogant. It’s not the place for random tourists. If you want to go there it’s better to dress (to impress) and to

Prices are normal for a fancy place with some glass of wine starting at 9€ and a black coffee at 6€. I never tried the food but it’s not my first choice for some typical french food. The food is served from midday to midnight.

Restaurant RESTAURANT GEORGES’s starters

Smoked salmon “norwegian” : 12,50 €
Carpaccio d’artichauts et truffe : 16,50 €
Lobster salad : 29,00 €
Spicy bass tartare : 26,00 €

Restaurant RESTAURANT GEORGES’s main courses

Silver Cod Alan Yau : 39,00 €
Turbot grilled : 33,00 €
Beef grilled filet “béarnaise sauce” : 35,00 €
Le tigre qui pleure : 37,00 €
Veal chop : 39,00 €

Restaurant RESTAURANT GEORGES’s desserts

Rocamadour : 13,00 €
Chocolat cake soft costes : 13,00 €
Strawberries and raspberries : 18,50 €
Cracker’s cheese cake : 13,50 €
Millefeuille fruits rouges : 13,00 €

19, Rue Beaubourg, 75004 Paris
(6th floor of the Pompidou Museum)