Madame Rêve Café
Madame Rêve Café, an ode to the know-how of the gastronomy of France and elsewhere and to the chic Parisian woman.
With its 8-meter high ceiling, its monumental chandeliers that adorn the historic mouldings with light, its majestic mahogany bar, its large rugs that warm the inlaid parquet, Madame Rêve Café has all the arguments needed to seduce you.
On the ground floor, the Cour Gutenberg, bathed in sunshine, offers a unique terrace in the heart of Paris for a gastronomic break out of time and the urban bustle.
Open from 8 a.m. to 2 a.m., Madame Rêve Café has been thought of as a real place of life, an exceptional place for sharing where it’s good to linger at any time of the day, from breakfast, with the smell of freshly ground coffee beans while admiring Paris as it wakes up, to working or leisure lunches, until late in the evening as a couple or with friends around a house cocktail.
In this historic setting, the menu warms your taste buds with southern flavours. The Burrata from Puglia, carpaccio, fritto misto, grilled octopus, rigatoni, penne and tagliatelle recipes are sublimated in the kitchen thanks to rigorously selected quality products. For a sweet touch at the end of the meal or for a gourmet break at snack time, the famous pastry chef Pierre Hermé unveils his collection desserts. Cheesecake Suzette, tarte infinitely Tatin, 2000 Feuilles and Carrément Chocolat, are names that evoke tradition and modernity.
On the bar side, in a cosy atmosphere under dim lights, the mixologists are busy offering you original creations. Signature cocktails with or without alcohol, refreshing, bitter or sweet, mixtures of spirits, syrup and spices for an evening with friends or to celebrate a special occasion. A real journey of flavours and aromas!
La Poste du Louvre, a historic address in the heart of Paris
After welcoming Parisians every day, 24 hours a day since 1886, the Haussmannian building of the Louvre Post Office has just undergone a transformation and looks decidedly proud after having been completely restored. Ideally located not far from the Seine and the Louvre museum, it fits perfectly with the Bourse du Commerce - Pinault Collection, the La Samaritaine store, the Westfield Forum des Halles and the Centre Pompidou, in what we like to call the new Golden Triangle of the Halles. La Poste du Louvre is also a hanging garden, a La Plume restaurant with Japanese flavours and ** Madame Rêve, a 5** hotel with 82 rooms which offers a unique panorama of the roofs of Paris and its emblematic monuments.
Because Paris will always be Paris!