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The Jacquemart-André Café In Paris

The Jacquemart-André Café is situated in a beautiful mansion that belonged to Edouard André and Nélie Jacquemart who were fanatical art collectors and the whole place has been turned into a museum, but the original dining room is where you will find the cafe.

The cafe is a wonderfully elegant old-style tea room In the splendid setting of the former dining room, which has got to be classed as one of the most outstanding settings in Paris where you can sit gazing at the beautiful tapestries on the walls and the incredible Tiepolo ceiling.

Jacquemart-Andre Café In Paris

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The Jacquemart-André Café In Paris

This café and tea room in Paris is located in the 8th Arrondissement close to the Champs Elysees Avenue where there are many beautiful 19th century mansions and when it is nice weather you can even enjoy a light lunch on the terrace of the beautiful formal gardens. 

And although this cafe is situated in the Musée Jacquemart-André, you do not have to tour the mansion if you do not want to, but even though it is far less known than many of the other museums in Paris, we would say that it is definitely worth the visit.  Yet if not touring the museum, initially you enter the passageway from the street and here you will see the queue of people waiting to purchase the museums tickets, but instead of waiting in line, you go past the people and straight to the gift shop.  From the gift shop you exit into a courtyard and go up a gravel drive to the mansion, where the Jacquemart-André Café is located on the right.

Offering light, yet high quality food including salads and quiche you will be mesmerised by the glorious surroundings, but you will not be able to resist their sumptuous pastries, gateaux and fruit tarts.

But the museum itself plus this café and tea room in Paris can also be a great place to take the children during the summer months rather than dragging them around a far larger stately home such as Chateau de Versailles or a large museum like The Louvre, as they have free activities where they are even able to dress up in period costume and have a photograph taken as a souvenir of their visit.

So whilst in Paris do take the time to enjoy the antiques, paintings, tapestries and frescos in this unique cafe.

Cafe & Restaurant Guide Key Points

The Jacquemart-André Café is open daily from 11.45am to 5.30pm.

Lunch is served from 11.45am until 3pm and they have a wide range of salads, quiche and a special of the day, plus there is a set lunch option for around 17€ per person, which includes the hot quiche of the day with side salad and a pastry.

Afternoon Tea is served from 3pm through to 5.30pm and there is a large choice of home-baked pastries, ice-cream and sorbets, plus a wide selection of teas and other beverages.  There is a set meal that includes a choice of pastry and a pot of tea for around 9€.

However there is also a Brunch option available on a Sunday from 11am through to 3pm and for around 26€ per person, this includes a choice of tea, coffee or hot chocolate.  This also includes fresh orange juice, the baker's basket, poached egg with herbs, Blini and smoked salmon with a side salad and dessert of the day.

Address & Contact Details:

The Jacquemart-André Café
158 Boulevard Haussmann

Telephone: 1 45 62 11 59

The Jacquemart-André Café

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