Girafe Paris is one of the most popular tables in Paris, thanks in particular to its exceptional view of the Eiffel Tower.

Girafe Paris

A 1930’s spirit

Nestled in the heart of the Cité de l’Architecture in Paris, Girafe gives pride of place to the gestures of yesteryear, to precise and friendly service, to seafood and fish from our coasts. Imagined by Joseph Dirand in a 1930s spirit, Girafe is a cozy decor, made of cream benches, marble bar, tropical plants, original pilasters… a table style, a mixture of allure, the unexpected, carelessness in a very Parisian breath. Without forgetting a devastating terrace, one-on-one with the Eiffel Tower. The Girafe restaurant menu is put together by chef Benoît Dargère and produced by chef Antoine Collaro, grandson of Maurice Casanova, former owner of Fouquet’s.

Girafe Paris

Parisian seahouse style

La table de Girafe is a mix of simplicity and opulence, delicacy and beautiful urbanity. Parisian seahouse style, fish, shellfish and crustaceans are worked there in all their forms. From the most classic: in ultra-fresh platters, in a raw version in the form of ceviche and other sashimi, but also skilfully gilded (lobster, sole, turbot…), evolving according to arrivals. Any idea of ​​prices ? For sole meunière or dry, bass with white butter, whole fish to share for two or three, the price will be 95 to 182 Euro. A choice of sides : fresh spinach, green beans, Riviera vegetables, tomato salad, mesclun salad, or fresh fries. For dessert, a vanilla millefeuille, the Pavlova with red fruits, the fine tart with caramelized figs, the chocolate and salted butter caramel tart, the small pots of vanilla coffee and pistachio cream, or the homemade ice creams and sorbets.

Girafe Paris


1 Place du Trocadéro and 11 Novembre

75016 Paris

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