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When the Pompidou Centre closes at 9pm, those in the know head to the top floor via the transparent escalators to Georges, the museum’s panoramic French-fusion restaurant. From this privileged perch, you can watch the sun set over the capital’s steely rooftops and contemplate the art you’ve just admired, cocktail in hand. You’ll be fighting for table room with trendy after-work crowds, and the ice-cool service can be slower than an escargot, but it’s a small price to pay for such an unbeatable vantage over the whole sparkling city.
The view isn’t the only draw either: architects Dominique Jacob and Brendan McFarlane's quirky industrial-chic interior wouldn’t look amiss in Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey.
Make sure you reserve in advance - it's the only way to secure a table.
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Really stunning views of Paris from this restaurant, and the interior design is pretty cool. But it's super pricy here (the waiting staff all dressed in black tie gives a clue..). Have yet to pay €8 for an orangina anywhere else in Paris. If you're by the windows, then you're paying for the view, but if you're being offered a table in the centre of the room it's not really worth it.
Avoid this rip off. Bad service, overpriced tasteless food and hysterical clueless staff. The view is great so take the elevator up for free and enjoy but don't even think about dining here. Form over subtsance, fashion over food, an embarassment to the Pompidou and French cuisine