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100% A la carte menu with delicious fresh and seasonal products

  • Seasonal ingredients, 100% from France

  • A high-quality all-you-can-eat buffet

  • Relaxed settings for cocktails and wines

  • Near Champ de Mars and the Eiffel Tower

For a relaxed lunch break or for a gourmet stopover a stone's throw from the Eiffel Tower, head to Place Gustave! In the 15th arrondissement of Paris, enjoy an à la carte menu based on French produce, in a retro atmosphere. Sip a cocktail, a wine from your favorite region or a fragrant herbal tea on the terrace on sunny days.

In a brasserie setting, savor our delicious seasonal à la carte recipes. Our concept highlights authentic French cuisine, where quality meets quantity! Choose from a selection of fresh salads, generous sandwiches, or accompany the fish or meat of the day with seasonal vegetables. Whether it's for a relaxing break or a family gathering, find the formula that suits you.

Indulge in our varied desserts: chocolate fondant, lemon tart, crème brûlée... Treat yourself to a gourmet coffee, to be enjoyed in our winter garden, a true oasis of well-being in the heart of the Cambronne district.

In the afternoon, relax on our sunny terrace. For a drink, dive back into the past in our vintage-style cocktail bar, or embark on a wine discovery journey through the wines of France. These friendly spaces host your after-work events and concerts.

At Place Gustave, we are committed to environmental preservation. Join our efforts against waste by leaving no crumbs on your plate.

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Cocktails and wines in our winter garden or on a terrace near the Eiffel Tower


"Rating: 3.9 stars out of 5, based on 16 reviews"

  • Sophie Marie

    1 stars out of 5

    4 weeks ago

    (Translated by Google) Does not apply "the fork" booking discounts. Unfriendly people

    N'applique pas les réductions de réservation de "the fork". Personnes non aimable

  • Wusenmusic

    1 stars out of 5

    1 month ago

    Its not a all you can eat Buffet. Worst experience ever! after walking a few mile, with 2 customer in the place. After asking the manger where is the buffet? isn’t it an all you can eat. He acted surprised and brushed me off and said that he was in vacation and didn’t know! Seriously!!!!

  • Melissa from Paris

    4 stars out of 5

    5 months ago

    (Translated by Google) Not bad (it depends because the menu offered varies) but it was better before they moved the buffet, reducing it in the process. Before, there were several kinds of bread, butter, more starters (especially hot, like focaccia or croque-monsieur) and cold meats, cheeses and desserts...
    I pointed this out and was told that it was to "fluidize traffic" around the buffet, but I don't remember ever seeing large queues there, I suspect so rather a concern for economy: by reducing the space, they automatically reduced the selection neither seen nor known...
    The servers are friendly, but not present enough in the room: you have to be patient - especially when ordering drinks - and attract their attention, because they are not very attentive themselves. In particular, the plates are never cleared between courses, a shame... Another negative point: the names of the dishes are no longer indicated, I had to ask what the meat was.
    That said, the concept and the dishes are almost always good, the products are fresh and quality (even if they are less numerous) and the quality-price ratio is quite advantageous.

    January 2024 - Despite my previous remarks, I was very disappointed to see that the buffet formula had disappeared in favor of an uninteresting à la carte menu... Too bad, because it was still interesting to have a buffet in the 15th, I won't come back because the menu doesn't inspire me at all.

    Pas mal (ça dépend car le menu proposé varie) mais c'était mieux avant qu'ils ne déplacent le buffet, en le réduisant au passage. Avant, il y avait plusieurs sortes de pain, du beurre, davantage d'entrées (notamment chaudes, du type focaccia ou croque-monsieur) et de charcuterie, de fromages et de desserts...
    J'en ai fait la remarque et on m'a dit que c'était pour "fluidifier le trafic" autour du buffet, mais je n'ai pas le souvenir d'y avoir jamais vu de grandes files d'attente, je soupçonne donc plutôt un souci d'économie : en réduisant l'espace, ils ont automatiquement réduit la sélection ni vu ni connu...
    Les serveurs sont aimables, mais pas assez présents dans la salle : il faut s'armer de patience - notamment pour commander les boissons - et attirer leur attention, car ils ne sont pas très attentifs d'eux-mêmes. Notamment, les assiettes ne sont jamais débarrassées entre les plats, dommage... Autre point négatif : les noms des plats ne sont plus indiqués, j'ai dû demander quelle était la viande.
    Cela dit, le concept et les plats sont presque toujours bons, les produits frais et de qualité (même s'ils sont moins nombreux) et le rapport qualité-prix assez avantageux.

    Janvier 2024 - Malgré mes précédentes remarques, j'ai été fort déçue de constater que la formule buffet a disparu au profit d'un menu à la carte sans intérêt... Dommage, car c'était quand même intéressant d'avoir un buffet dans le 15e, je ne reviendrai pas car le menu ne m'inspire nullement.

  • Mindy Desir

    5 stars out of 5

    2 months ago

Location & Contact


2, rue Cambronne
Paris 75015

Restaurant location


  • Non Smoking Area

  • Credit card

  • Other payment options

  • Pet allowed

  • Wheelchair access

  • Free Wireless internet (WiFi)

  • Parking

  • Takeaway Meals

  • Booster Seats available (for Baby)

  • Air conditioning

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(*) Average meal price calculated on the basis of starter and main course or main course and dessert, excluding drinks, menu and promotional offers. The average price is an estimate only, calculated according to the prices provided by the restaurant. Depending on the country, the average price may or may not include all taxes.