Demi Moore is seen dining with her small dog Pilaf in an upscale restaurant... after she took the pooch to see the Mona Lisa at the Louvre

Demi Moore is fully immersing her long-haired chihuahua named Pilaf in the culture of Paris.

The two have been spotted everywhere from the French Open to the Louvre in recent days. And on Monday evening inseparable twosome enjoyed dinner at one of Paris' bistros.

The tiny white and copper-haired canine - that has become a fixture in the movie star's life - sat attentively on her lap as Moore perused the menu.

Dynamic duo: Demi Moore is fully immersing her long-haired chihuahua Pilaf in the culture of Paris. The inseparable twosome enjoyed dinner at one of Paris’ bistros on Sunday

Dynamic duo: Demi Moore is fully immersing her long-haired chihuahua Pilaf in the culture of Paris. The inseparable twosome enjoyed dinner at one of Paris' bistros on Sunday

The photo was captured inside the Parisian restaurant with other diners enjoying the French faire in the background.

Moore captioned her Instagram photo 'Someone's excited for dinner,' likely referring to both the well-trained dog and Moore herself.

Pilaf is getting a considerable amount of attention as the dog is being granted access to any and every venue Moore brings it.

The low-key and casually dressed star wore an oversized lightweight jacket with patterns reminiscent of the stars of the galaxy or other celestial beings painted across it.

VIP canine: In July Moore brought her dog Pilaf inside the world-famous Louvre museum despite strict rules prohibiting animals inside the building

VIP canine: In July Moore brought her dog Pilaf inside the world-famous Louvre museum despite strict rules prohibiting animals inside the building

No she didn't! Moore posted photos of her canine in front of the priceless Mona Lisa painting and tucked into her blouse to her Instagram account, prompting fans to wonder how the actress was able to bring Pilaf inside in the first place. The Louvre's website specifically states all animals - with the exception of guide and assistance dogs - are prohibited

No she didn't! Moore posted photos of her canine in front of the priceless Mona Lisa painting and tucked into her blouse to her Instagram account, prompting fans to wonder how the actress was able to bring Pilaf inside in the first place. The Louvre's website specifically states all animals - with the exception of guide and assistance dogs - are prohibited

Light grey and white patterns dance abstractly across the dark long-sleeved top.

Noticeably, Moore's hands are peeking through the holes just before the cuffs; a variation from how most traditionally wear long-sleeved tops with buttoned cuffs at the bottom. A strong collar is crisply folded at her neck juxtaposing the loose fit of the top itself.

Moore was makeup free as she dined with her pooch.

The actress - who is coming up on her 60th birthday in November and is known for her long-lasting youthful appearance - glowed as she read over the evening's offerings on the menu.

Long, loose, casual dark brown hair, a signature of Moore's look for years, cascades down her back and falls to one side of her face-framing her perfect bone structure.

VIP Access: Moore’s VIP status has secured her dog’s access to some of the most strict events and venues even when no dogs are allowed.

VIP Access: Moore's VIP status has secured her dog's access to some of the most strict events and venues even when no dogs are allowed.

Translucent aviator-style glasses round out Moore's epicurean evening look. 

Classic frames and see-though lenses make the star's eyewear apropos for evening and underscore her bold, yet laid-back look.

Moore has been spotted all around Paris in the last several weeks. 

Traveling with both her celebrity chef beau Daniel Humm and pooch Pilaf, Moore is covering a lot of ground and soaking up the classic European sights and sounds.

While it is unclear if the long-haired chihuahua serves as a service or emotional support animal, Moore's VIP status has secured her dog's access to some of the most strict events and venues.

Ruff Morning: Traveling with both her celebrity chef beau Daniel Humm and pooch Pilaf, Moore is covering a lot of ground.

Ruff Morning: Traveling with both her celebrity chef beau Daniel Humm and pooch Pilaf, Moore is covering a lot of ground.

In July Moore brought her dog Pilaf inside the world-famous Louvre museum despite strict rules prohibiting animals inside the building.

Moore posted photos of her canine in front of the priceless Mona Lisa painting and tucked into her blouse to her Instagram account, prompting fans to wonder how the actress was able to bring Pilaf inside in the first place. 

DailyMail.com reached out to Moore's representatives for comment regarding the matter.

The Louvre's website specifically states all animals - with the exception of guide and assistance dogs - are prohibited from entering the museum.

'All animals, with the exception of guide dogs or assistance dogs accompanying persons with motor or mental impairment,' the website states under their 'Prohibited Items' list.

Soak up the sun: The actress is coming up on her 60th birthday in November and is known for her long-lasting youthful appearance; seen with her dog at a photo shoot

Soak up the sun: The actress is coming up on her 60th birthday in November and is known for her long-lasting youthful appearance; seen with her dog at a photo shoot

In the photos, Demi held her furry friend before the Leonardo da Vinci painting and had him nestled in her open blouse as she posed before various statues.

Not a single other person was seen in the photos, suggesting Demi may have been on a private tour of the museum.

'Pilaf takes the Louvre,' Moore caption the carousel of images.

Eyebrows were raised in the comments section where fans wondered how Demi was able to bring her dog inside the museum despite their rules.

'A dog in the best museum?' one fan asked.

'How on earth are you allowed to bring a dog into the Louvre...?' another posted.

'How is it allowed?' one Instagram user asked.

'Sad when celebrities abuse their fame and take their pets in places we common folk can't. The Louvre has a no pet policy with a service animal exemption. Demi Moore you should know better.'

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Demi Moore is seen with her small dog in a Parisian restaurant after the Mona Lisa and the Louvre

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