New interpretations of French classics on an elegantly styled roof terrace with Eiffel Tower views. Perched on the roof of the Quai Branly–Jacques Chirac Museum, designed by architect Jean Nouvel, the gourmet restaurant Les Ombres opens onto a panoramic terrace, a true suspended garden planted with Mediterranean plants. The fully glazed dining room offers an exceptional view of Paris and the Eiffel Tower. During the day, the iconic monument casts the shadow of its metallic lace on the tables, while in the evening, it lights up in all its glory. During dinner, the ceiling of Les Ombres transforms into a starry sky every hour, as if winking with a sparkling nod to its illustrious neighbour.