|Ceiling in the dining room|
The sandwiches were delicious, and immaculately presented. Each sandwich was a club sandwich of flat breads, delicious smoked salmon and spiced dill mayonnaise, served with a portion of crunchy baby spinach salad doused in a sharp vinaigrette. The soft textures of the club sandwich contrasted beautifully with the greens and made for a very pleasant stop.
The hot chocolate was of the highest order too. A is not usually a hot chocolate drinker, but this really hit the spot. The flavour was strong, but not sickly and the small cup was about the perfect amount (though it might not have represented the best value for money given its size).
I know I've been enthusing about things to do in Paris, but as with the other museum, this place is well worth visting, and while you have to pay the entry to go to the café, do stop by if you're there.