- The major selling point of the Café Marly is a stunning view of the Louvre pyramid designed by the architect I.M. Pei as part of President Mitterrand's grand public-works campaign. Amid the noise and confusion of the tourist-oriented cafés surrounding the Louvre and occupying most of the Rue de Rivoli, Café Marly is an island of elegance and, inside at least, of peace. The cuisine is not exceptional, but simple and good, like the Caesar salad or the salmon.
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