The Cafe is perfectly located just beyond the Impressionist galleries and is great for a quick bite. The decoration and old clocs gives great character and the quality of food is very good.
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Right by the old train station clock, this cafe is beautiful but usually very crowded.Yiu can also step outside for a great view of the city
Lunch at this café was the best option for 4 of us on July 12th after several hours at this fabulous museum. The food and service were good but the bill - $80 - seemed a bit steep because we had just light entrees and...More
Behind the clock, just before you enter the Impressionist section of the museum, is this lovely café. One can get salads, sandwiches, and pastries. Couldn't resist a snack of their pastries. Try it. They were good.
We ate here after touring the museum. We did not have to wait for a table despite the museum itself being quite crowded. The food was very good, but it was on the expensive side (as most museum restaurants are).
Husband, son, and I ate an early dinner here, while we were visiting the museum. Husband had penne with with cheese sauce, son had the smoked salmon, I had the quiche Lorraine. It was all good. For dessert, husband had a slice of carrot bread,...More
Visiting the Orsay with my teenage daughter. I ordered the penne with Gorgonzola sauce, she the asparagus risotto. The penne was lukewarm, and only cover with a thin paste of flavorless substance. The risotto was hot and delicious. Both were very small portions. Overall: expensive,...More
The food was good (salmon pie) but my coffee was lukewarm & expensive for what I got. Seriously indifferent waiters - we had to wait forever to be served, got no bread with our food and had to ask for water. Must dine outside before...More