Immersed in a world of 1900s decorative art!!
In the heart of the Amont pavilion, overlooking the nave of the former railway station and its monumental clock, the Musée d’Orsay restaurant is a beautiful reference to French tradition, with frescoes by Gabriel Ferrier and Benjamin Constant lining the ceilings of the main dining room and its salon.
The chandeliers, painted ceilings and gilding in this room, listed as a historic monument, make it a sublime setting for your dining experience.
Attaching importance to refined, gourmet seasonal dishes, the chef showcases French savoir-faire. He likes to surprise restaurant guests by seeking inspiration to reflect the exhibitions featuring at the museum.