Le CarrouselCurrently Open [Closes at 10:00 pm]
- Address: 194 Rue de Rivoli, 75001 Paris, France
- Timings: 06:00 am - 10:00 pm Details
- Ticket Price: Free
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Lasagna is more of an Alfredo; the pizza is “home made” at best unless you don’t know what a pizza is. And I confirm the cola is 5€ for 25cl; a Tea is 7€. The food cost off sets the drink prices. Good location though and ok service.
Our waiter was absolutely fantastic. After stating they do not take credit cards (the fees are too much), he said don't worry, we will take care of you (we were worried we did not have enough Euros). I was a bang up Vietnam Vet in a wheelchair and in the Paris street cafes, all the rest rooms are below street level. He joked he and is fellow waiter would carry me down the stairs (he was sincere). My wife and I were in Paris in late June 2018 and had a wonderful time with this friendly and funny man. We asked about where to get a taxi after the Louvre tour. He told us to come back to his restaurant and he would get us a taxi. When we got back to the café he sat us down with a pitcher of cold water and proceeded out into the street. In his waiter apron and waving his tray this gentleman waved down a busy taxi. Stepping into evening crazy traffic, he succeed in nabbing a local taxi. My wife and I scrambled to load up chair and me with the waiters help. In the chaos on the street I failed to tip this man his well earned, exceptional gratuity (he probably would not accept it). I did not remember his name but am trying to contact anyone who knows this jovial, friendly Frenchman.
Very close to the Louvre and a perfect location, but the staff crams everyone into 2-person tables to the point where you literally cannot move. My wife and I got seated at a 2-person table along the wall bench,and within minutes the table next to us opened up. They immediately sat a family of FOUR there. Three sat on the bench where only one could really fit, and my wife was basically rubbing arms with the Dad of the family. The place was busy but you could tell they did not turn any customers down or make them wait-- they squeezed them in wherever they could fit. Very frustrating. Service took forever. Waiter walked by 10 times before we flagged him down to bring us our bill. The restaurant is cash only (NO cards except at the bar), which was not mentioned anywhere. When we told them we only had cards the waiter escorted me to the bar to pay and acted like I was about to run out on paying the bill. Almost no vegetarian option at all. Soda is expensive--about 5 EUR ($6 USD) for a small 8oz glass. Water is about 4 EUR. Would not go back.
Convenient and close to Musee D'Orsay but the croissants served were hard and stale. Coffee wasn't any better. Absolutely felt like a tourist trap.
The staff was extremely kind, but I would not return. We ordered a croissant, escargot, and pizza. The croissant was average, the escargot was ok, and I’m sorry to say the pizza was terrible. I couldn’t even eat it. It was very disappointing. They do have a beautiful location, but I’d recommend just getting a coffee and moving on.