Top restaurant views from around the globe (part 5)
We’re getting close to the end of our list of top restaurant views from around the globe, but we still have a couple to look at, today we’ll be focusing on two restaurants on different continents, both of which offering very unique perspectives over their surrounding landscape.
Eagle’s Eye Restaurant – British Columbia, Canada
This location is one of Canada’s most well-known and unique culinary experiences and quite arguably the best that resort dining has to offer.
The Eagle’s Eye Restaurant is touted to be Canada’s most elevated dining experience, and you kind of have to give it to them because they might just be right seeing as how you have to take a gondola up to the place in order to enjoy your lunch.
This mountain top dining experience is quite popular, so if you want to experience it for yourself, you should book a reservation well ahead of time. The food and wine will be exceptional and the 360 degree view, nothing but astounding.
Le Jules Verne – Paris, France
This unique and unrivaled venue will have you enjoying a wonderful meal at 125 meters above ground level and a very high tech and sensorial setting overlooking the City of Lights. What is this unrivaled venue you ask? Well it’s none other than the Eiffel Tower itself, the unanimously recognized icon of Paris. The view of the city is spectacular indeed and the ambiance overall is like a modern interpretation of something classical.
The restaurant features a very modern French menu and as you might expect the wine and champagne are truly exquisite. And while it may not be Jules Verne themed necessarily, it is very appropriate to match up a great and iconic writer with this most well-known Parisian landmark.