The Café Constant is small but nice, an elegant, and stylish restaurant run by the famous Basque Chef Christian Constant on the left side of the Seine close to the Musée du quai Branly and the Tour Eiffel, the famous Eiffel Tower.
Below you get an impression via a collage I made of Café Constant’s elegant and splendid exterior and interior as well as Chef Constant’s création spécial du blanc de poulet. You can see a speciality by Chef Constant: a chicken breast with tomatoes, salad, and crispy grated potatoes and a melon soup with ham.
The meals are served as formule, a menu with two courses for 16 Euros. As for the formule you choose between having either the main dish and a soup in advance, or a dessert instead of the soup. My company took the crème brûlé, while I took the soup as depicted on the photo. Enjoy the enlarged pictures in the following slide show:
The prices are average for Paris standards, and for your money you get a very nice ambience with this special flair of being at a famous (TV & Book) Chef’s restaurant. The staff is friendly and willing to help, and the opening hours are moderate with daily from 7-23 (7 am – 11 pm).
The Bottom Line: The Café Constant, located in the 139 Rue Saint-Dominique, 75007 Paris, is a small but nice, elegant, and stylish restaurant run by the famous Basque Chef Christian Constant on the left side of the Seine close to the Musée du quai Branly and the Tour Eiffel, the famous Eiffel Tower.
Your Dr. Dr. Immanuel Fruhmann