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Cafe en Seine – An Epicentre of Contemporary Parisian Culture and Creativity

Once home to French soldiers and British Commanders, a manufacturing hub and a clerical club, a doctor’s surgery and a bicycle shop, a piano warehouse and an automobile showroom… even the Irish Government took up residence at 39-40 Dawson St. This is an address that has always embraced change and those that want to create something new within its walls. And recently, change has come about again. Cafe en Seine has gone through a Renaissance which shows the very essence of what Cafe en Seine is all about.

You’ll taste the difference in the food. Providence in every ingredient and a fusion of flavour on every plate. You’ll enjoy it in the drinks. Fine wines, vintage bubbles, seasonal signature drinks with a Parisian edge and all the cocktails you can imagine, each mixed with flair. And you’ll feel it in the atmosphere as exclusive new events are launched each and every quarter.

Head Chef Tony takes what’s brilliant about French cooking and injects a little bit of himself along with other inspirations from around the world to create dishes that are delightfully and uniquely Cafe en Seine.

Tony’s presentation is very visual. His food doesn’t just taste amazing. For him the plate is the canvas. The food is the paint. It’s a style that is evident in every dish that leaves his kitchen.

His Brioche Poulet is an homage to French Louisiana and with its firey red glaze it’s unlike any chicken burger you’ve had before. But this is a menu with lots of surprises. Hailing from New Zealand, you’ll see some of that influence on the plate. ‘Hoky poky’ ice cream becomes a sweet indulgent dust on his sublime cooked chocolate pudding and his creme brûlée is served with homemade ginger biscuits.

The food at Cafe en Seine embraces everything that’s great about French cuisine which has been re-imagined to create a menu that’s delicious, inspiring and totally tempting.

Daily light lunch special is available at €8 and main lunch special at €10. Café en Seine is the perfect place for a quick pre theatre bite, and group bookings are welcomed. For bookings email or phone +353 (0) 1 677 4567

Opening hours

Brunch – Sat & Sun 12.00 – 17.00pm
Lunch – Mon – Fri 12.00-16.00pm
Dinner – Mon – Sat 16.00 – 19.30pm

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