In the heart of the former train station, the Musée d'Orsay Restaurant is a magnificent reference to French tradition, with frescoes by Gabriel Ferrier and Benjamin Constant lining the ceilings of the grand dining room and its salon.
The chandeliers, the painted ceilings and the gilding of this room classified as a historical monument, will make this unique moment you spend here unforgettable.
Committed to seasonal, gourmet and refined dishes, its chef highlights French culinary artistry. He likes to surprise the restaurant's diners by going for inspiration, always in connection with the museum's exhibitions.
The restaurant is accessible with a museum entrance ticket.
- Tuesday through Sunday from 11:45 am to 2:35 pm
- Thursdays from 11:45 am to 2:35 pm and from 7 to 9:30 pm
- Tea time : Tuesday through Sunday from 14:45 am to 17:30 pm
On the occasion of the Manet/Degas exhibition, the restaurant offers you a special menu.
The restaurant is accessible with a museum entrance ticketJust outside the Impressionist Gallery, Café Campana is a place that sparks the imagination. Designed by the Campana brothers, famous Brazilian designers, the café transports you into a “dreamlike-aquatic" universe, directly inspired by Emile Gallé and a tribute to Art Nouveau. The café offers a summer menu with quick-serve dishes, featuring seasonal produce, large salads, simmered dishes and ice cream sundaes.
The café Campana is accessible with a museum entrance ticket
Café Campana welcomes you Tuesday through Sunday from 10:30 am to 4:45 pm, Thursday from 10:30 am to 8:45 pm.
The Musée d'Orsay restaurants do not take reservations. For all group requests, please contact the sales department at the following email address: email@example.com
Café de la Gare
The Café de la Gare
Located in the heart of the museum, under the nave, the Café de la Gare invites you to take a pleasant and gourmet break, inspired by the spirit of the French coffee shop, combining self-service and counter sales.
This space offers a menu wide enough to satisfy all tastes and desires, from breakfast to snacks, from pastries, wraps and baguettes, to a wide choice of salads in different sizes as well as a nice assortment of desserts, without forgetting a vegetarian offer.
So many arguments to enjoy a moment of relaxation and pleasure during your visit.
The Café de la Gare is accessible with a museum entrance ticket.
The Café de la Gare is open from Tuesday to Sunday from 9:30 am to 5:30 pm, and on Thursday from 9:30 am to 8 pm.
The Kiosque du Parvis
At the foot of the old Orsay train station, which houses the richest collection of Impressionist paintings in the world, Le Kiosque du Parvis, located on the Bellechasse square of the museum, welcomes you in fine weather for a gourmet interlude.
Discover our cornet of FALAFALS with chickpea, eggplant, lemon confit and ginger, accompanied by their spicy mayonnaise. A novelty signed Ducasse Paris.
The Kiosque du Parvis also offers a selection of sandwiches, desserts, drinks and other snacks to enjoy at any time in front of the majestic animal statues of the square or while strolling along the Seine.
The Kiosque du Parvis welcomes you from Tuesday to Sunday from 9:30 am to 5:30 pm.