Rodin Museum is a truly magnificent institution. It was constructed during the year 1919. All of the works presented here are creations of renowned and eponymous French sculptor Auguste Rodin. While you are on a Rodin Museum tour you could also get into some awesome museum cafes located near the area. These places do not just offer good cakes and coffee, but also a lot of other delicious food that would stick with you for the rest of your days. Head out to one of these places after your Rodin Museum tour to experience a great mixture of art and food.
Le Café du Musée Rodin
You could pay a visit to this café after you explore the 300 awesome works of Rodin exhibited at Hotel Biron of the museum. The café is actually located inside the sculpture garden of the museum near the iconic statue of Penseur (The Thinker). There is a minimalist room in the interior that is good for some quiet time, but you also have it come alive when it is sunny and clear outside. The place is usually open all through the year, and supports only self-service, tasty food items including tons of tempting cakes, a wide variety of salads which are all prepared freshly, and a special dish for each day, such as barbecue spare ribs. In order to enter the garden, you would have to purchase an entry ticket that is supposed to cost about 2 euros. The café stays open from Tuesday to Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Le Jardin du Petit Palais
This café is just a 4-minute ride away from Rodin Museum. The restaurant Le Jardin du Petit Palais is situated in the beautiful garden of Petit Palais, an art museum located in the 8th arrondissement of Paris city. You would be able to have a good view of the lush green garden and the exotic vegetation while you are here. The restaurant is quite modern, and has a two-floor dining room. Sitting on the top floor, you would be able to see the ornate dome of the palace, as well as catch a glimpse of the spectacular garden. A cafeteria-style menu is served at this place, which includes pasta, soup for the day, sandwiches, and salads. The restaurant would be open Tuesday through Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5:15 p.m.