They change the menu twice a year. Picnic lunch is available but a romantic dinner maybe a better deal if you like the idea of an illuminated Eiffel Tower to enjoy the city lights as dusk falls.
A flute of champagne to welcome the entree of either smoked salmon or Foie Gras. There are other choices too. Linger over the menu at your own risk. Agonize. Suffer. But it's hard to go wrong with any from this well-curated menu. It maybe the touristy thing to do but hey, who'd pass up the chance to dine here around a table by the window overlooking the city?
For your mains, how about a lamb stew? Or to curb the guilt, a fillet of cod? Once more, the menu options can confuse you but suck in the ambience and order what comes top of mind. The portions are very French, but that's alright. It leaves room for desserts! Profiteroles ? Almond fingers?
In the end, your "Eiffel Night" is satisfied, you've had your French food fix, you're still swooning over your desserts and it's one off your bucket list. Touristy or not, you've enjoyed the meal and the view. Not bad!