Are you in Paris it’s definitely easy to find a place to eat – as long as you do some research. Are you in La Défense, it’s much easier, as you can go to Les 4 Temps, that is the largest shopping mall in Europe, and has a plenty of dining opportunies.
As mentioned in the previous post, Carrousel du Louvre is an awesome place for shopping, and indeed a very beautiful shopping mall. Despite having a food court with several restaurants, it is impossible to get a table, where you can sit and enjoy your food. We therefore didn’t eat here, and instead went outside Musée du Louvre and found a place to eat. The place around Louvre is very busy and very crowded. There are people everywhere, each restaurant is full of people, so it is a bit tough to find a place to eat, if you don’t do a research in advance. So beware!!
The guided tour that we went on the 3rd day in Paris included visit to teh Eiffel Tower, Cruise on River Seine, visit to Musée du Louvre and Notre Dame Church (that has free entrance). We were very much exhausted, and after walking around for a while in Louvre we were so tired that we decided to skip Notre Dame, and we actually felt we didn’t needed to go inside the church etc. Moreover, we already had seen the church on the cruise. We therefore went back to our hotel after visiting Louvre to rest, and freshen up before our dinner at La Réserve Hotel.
For dinner, on the friday in Paris, I had booked a table for dinner at Mayfair Garden at Champs Elysées that is an indian restaurant. According to Tripadvisor Mayfair Garden is the 48th best restaurant and the 2nd best indian restaurant in Paris, so I thought we would have a nice time here. We went there after seeing Arc de Triomphe d’Étoile, as Mayfair Garden is to be found at 26 rue Lauriston in Champs Elysées.