93 Rue de Rivoli (1)
The best thing which can be written about Café Marly – maybe the only thing – is its prime location literally in the building of the Louvre with a large open terrace overlooking the Pyramid in the Louvre courtyard. But an A+ location cannot offset mediocre food geared entirely to international visitors. The inside main dining room is located in an original period room.
Entirely forgettable, at prices you will not soon forget. Salads, a hamburger, grilled dishes reflective of greater ambition. None the equal of countless alternative nearby neighborhood choices, though none at/within the Louvre.
Superficially pleasant, but without heart.
One course each for 6, no wine, three desserts, water.