Like Le Déli-cieux in Printemps or the one at the Galeries Lafayette? Other than the view is it crowded? do you need a reservation? can you get wine and nibbles or is it a full meal? Thanks.
It's just cafeteria food.
Agreed just cafeteria food. Expensive too for what you get. I recommend just going up there to take in the scenery and go somewhere else to eat.
Sometimes the anonymity of a cafeteria is nice. Can you suggest any other cafeterias with better prices and food?
You are in luck, the Wall Street Journal just wrote a piece on eating in Paris's department stores:Where to Eat at Paris Department Stores Galeries Lafayette, Printemps and Le Bon Marché - WSJ.com http://bit.ly/cRtHlb
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