An elegant, charming and cultured dandy
“They have often had this strange and pervasive dream…
Of an elegant, charming and cultured man who could make himself available every day and often very late in the night.
A man who worked, shared, cooked, sang and sometimes even danced…
His home, depending on the moment, could be calm, traditional, professional or a place for aperitifs, fun and relaxation.
He was what we were… Us and our desires.
Bourgeois, Gourmet, Dandy or Arty.
He was him, we were us.”
Located in the new west wing of the Palais de Tokyo, by the docks and facing the Eiffel Tower, Monsieur Bleu finds its place in the renovated original architecture, as if it had always inhabited this space.
Just like the Palais de Tokyo, Monsieur Bleu is unique and elusive: open and demanding, friendly and specialist, fun and intimate, it merges with the general atmosphere of the place to stimulate the mind and body even more. It transforms into a restaurant and becomes a venue that is suited as much to dinner with friends, family lunches, meetings of artists, business dinners and lively nights.
Monsieur Bleu serves simple and elegant cuisine using seasonal products. A hybrid, cosmopolitan and international place designed by the architect Joseph Dirand, a social space to dine, snack, share or even dance.
Cocktail: 280 people
Dinner: 130 people
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