Paris is always known as the city of love and is also one of the culturally rich cities in the world. There are several world-renowned museums and art galleries in Paris that attracts millions of visitors every year. All these museums and art galleries have cafes and restaurants that serve delicious food for visitors. Dining at most of these cafes and restaurants do not require any entrance fee and you can enjoy a great meal.
Here are some of the best cafes and restaurants that you can visit during your Paris museum tours.
Le Café du Musée Rodin
Rodin Museum is one of the most visited museums in Paris. Le Café du Musée Rodin is situated inside the huge garden of the Rodin museum. The café is open year-round and you should not miss visiting the place during your Rodin museum tour. Le Café du Musée Rodin offers a wide range of freshly-prepared salads and delicious cakes, and barbecue spare ribs.
Le Jardin du Petit Palais
When you visit Rodin museum Paris, you should visit Le Jardin du Petit Palais, which is just a 4-minute ride away from the museum. The restaurant is situated in the beautiful garden of Petit Palais. When you dine at Le Jardin du Petit Palais you will have a good view of the lush green garden and the exotic vegetation. Le Jardin du Petit Palais is a quite modern restaurant with a two-floor dining room.
Situated in Musée Jacquemart-André, the Café Jacquemart-André offers brunch every weekend. They also serve a variety of salads and tea in the afternoon, which is accompanied by freshly-baked pastries. Café Jacquemart-André is situated in a majestic salon and the walls of the café are decorated with flamboyant 18th-century Flemish tapestries.
This small casual restaurant is situated near Paris’s botanical garden. La Beleine serves brasserie-style dishes such as steak tartare and pommes frites, and a classic creme brulee. You can visit this restaurant during your tours to the magnificent art deco greenhouses or the zoo.
Le Bal Café
The Bal Café situated near Le Bal, a contemporary photography and visual arts center is run by Alice Quillet and Anna Trattles. This restaurant is becoming popular among the Parisians and is getting packed out every lunchtime. The restaurant offers dishes such as pork brawn and prune pâté, smoked haddock and cabbage chowder, and lamb chops with broad beans.