Monsieur Bleu

An elegant, charming and cultured dandy

"They often had this strange and penetrating dream...
Of an elegant, charming and cultured gentleman who knew how to make himself available every day and often very late at night.
A man who worked, exhibited, cooked, sang and sometimes even danced...
His place of life became, depending on the moment, calm, traditional, professional or aperitif, festive and late.
It was what we were... We and our desires.
Bourgeois, Gastronome, Dandy or Arty.
He was him, we were us.

Located in the west wing of the Palais de Tokyo, on the edge of the quays and facing the Eiffel Tower, Monsieur Bleu is back in the renovated original architecture, as if it had always lived in this space.

It is now a restaurant and is the ideal address for dinners with friends, family lunches, meetings between artists, business meals and restless nights.

A cosmopolitan and international space conceived and designed by the architect Joseph Dirand. A place to eat, eat, meet, share and dance. The must on sunny days? Enjoy one of the most beautiful terraces in Paris with a breathtaking view of the Eiffel Tower.

Like the Palais de Tokyo, Monsieur Bleu is unique and elusive: open and demanding, friendly and sharp, festive and intimate, it blends in with the general atmosphere of the place to stir the spirits and bodies even more. It becomes a restaurant and an address for dinners with friends, lunches with the family, meetings between artists, business meals, and restless nights.

Monsieur Bleu offers simple and elegant cuisine that respects the seasonal nature of the products. A hybrid, cosmopolitan and international space conceived and designed by the architect Joseph Dirand, a living space for lunching, picnicking, sharing and dancing.

Surface area: 900m2
Cocktail: 280 people
Dinner: 130 people

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