The Café du Louvre

An original zinc centrepiece

restaurantR2At the entrance, the menu holders are coming from the Ritz Hotel, Place Vendome in Paris.

When passing through the red velvet curtain, the 1940s zinc bar and its back bar attracts immediate attention. The percolators, churn, alembic and other décoration items as well as the original tiles from the old Paris Metro network « the NORD-SUD », also stands out. The green leather bench-seats and the chairs from olden days models enhance the mural paintings.

T1The Café du Louvre can accommodate up to 40 guests. Sometimes, no tablecloths, you can choose to have lunch directly on the table as in the past times and customers can either lunch together at the same table, or at the bar, where one can also sit for a coffee or cocktail.

When it’s sunny, the Tour Eiffel terrace becomes an extension of the Café du Louvre, opening right onto a Parisian street.
The bar, meanwhile, offers a more private outside environment in which to sit. It slows down a gear, putting on relaxing, casual snacks.

Set menu of the day or business lunch à la carte

restaurant-002Enjoy lunch either in the Café du Louvre or in the Albert Londres or Rimbaud’s rooms. Three separate and very distinct spaces, with a single, set menu, supplemented daily by three courses of blackboard specials.

Unlike the more casual atmosphere of the Café du Louvre, the restaurants have a more elitist thematic background, with armchairs decorated with colored cushions. Environment is cool, welcoming and confortable.

 

All the murals of the dining room and the Eiffel terrace were performed by the French artist Stefberg.

Stefberg also realized the murals of the spa and saunas as well as the entrance to the restaurant.