You can find the Cafe Marly situated in the 1st Arrondissement
and located under the arcades of The Louvre museum in the Richelieu wing and the terrace
looks directly onto The Louvre pyramid, which
has definitely got to be one of the best places to sit and recover after walking around
this very famous museum in France.
This cafe and restaurant in Paris is a little more expensive
than some, with a club sandwich coming out at about 15, but when you consider the
view of the glass pyramid that is only around 50 metres away, especially upon sunset or
after dark when it is all lit up, then you will no doubt say that the cost is worth every
Restaurant Guide Key Points
Le Cafe Marly in Paris is open from 8am through to
very late evening every day of the week and they serve breakfast, snacks, lunches,
brunches and evening dinners.
The food is refined and traditional French cuisine and a reservation is recommended for
either a lunch or dinner, being that it is such a popular venue and an a la carte meal
will cost approximately 50 upwards.
However, they do provide a Brunch which is around 35 for an adult and 20 for a
child, or you could opt for just a snack, which is a cheaper option.
The dress code for outside on the terrace is a very big mix from people in smart and
casual dress to shorts and trainers, whereas for a dinner inside in the evening, you would
want to make sure you dress up for the occasion in smart fashionable attire.
Obviously, if you can get to The Louvre, then you can get to this restaurant! But the nearest Metro station is actually
called the Palais Royal.
Address & Contact Details:
93 Rue de Rivoli
Telephone: 1 49 26 06 60