The whole design and décor of Tokyo Eat is not a typical cosy restaurant, so with a resident DJ it is a fun
place that has become very popular, mainly with the younger generation, and there is quite
a noise on a busy night, but that is the buzz you get when dining here without breaking
This restaurant in Paris has its home within the
museum called The Palais du Tokyo, which is
a very contemporary museum and is devoted entirely to the work of young artists who are
just emerging into the arena.
This museum is not like any other museum you are likely to visit whilst on holiday in France and situated in the 16th
Arrondissement of Paris in a 1930's art-deco palace,
it has become known as creative and fun, and is the only museum
in Paris that is open until midnight.
Restaurant Guide Key Points
Tokyo Eat is open every day of the week except for a Monday from Noon through to 1am and
last orders are taken at 11.30pm.
They serve both lunches, which are around £15 upwards and a la carte dinners that are
around £30 upwards, not including drinks.
The type of food is adventurous fusion cuisine, the young waiters and waitresses always
seem to be happy and the clientele is a real mix, but this restaurant is suitable for all
ages and there is no specific dress code.
The restaurant is air-conditioned and can cater for up to a maximum of 160 people at any
The nearest Metro station is Pont de l'Alma.
Address & Contact Details:
Palais de Tokyo
13 Avenue du Président Wilson
Telephone: 1 47 20 00 29