This is a quite large self service restaurant close to the main room in the Louvre (you need tickets to the Louvre to get here). It has an offering of maybe 6 or so different international meals, which can be combined with sides and deserts. For a self service restaurant its quite expensive, but then this is to be expected in Paris and in particular the Louvre. However, what is inexcusable is the quality of the food: seldom have I eaten something so bland. I had something they called "Bami Goreng" - but it seems they just haven't added any seasoning at all (or sauce, for that matter). My friend had Wan Tan, also not deserving of the name and so little she left hungry. Do yourself a favor and leave the Louvre for lunch or - if you really really must eat here - try to find the simplest food available (definitely go for fries as side - that was the only thing that looked good). Also make sure that you actually get the side dish that is included in the price - even if you food is not generally eaten with fries or rice as a side (such as Wan Tan).
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