Good Parisian coffee. Flat whites are too expensive so short coffees, espresso etc are the way to go. Staff speak English and are generally pretty friendly. Atmosphere could be better- strange layout. I keep coming back for the coffee but atmosphere wise there's better places in Paris.
Fantastic coffee and very friendly service. They were happy to speak English with us which was a huge help. The entry to the store is slightly confusing as there are two parts to the store but once you figure out the entry is further down toward the Notre Dame it's no problem. I wasn't able to find a wifi network here but I didn't bother asking so can't confirm.
Enjoyed our best coffee of our French holiday this afternoon thanks guys! This has become an annual visit! Classic espresso bar, full of edgy Parisians and a couple of brand new Toper roasters as well as a good variety of single estate beans. Cafe du jour was a stunner from Rwanda. We had it in a Piccolo or 'Noisette' as it's called on the menu. Most expensive coffee of our trip but also the best quality and right on the north bank of the Seine beside the Isle de St Louis. I guess the location dictates an inflated price. Well worth a visit!
My 1st stop on my tour of recommended coffee shops in Paris. Had the "flight" of espressos, trusting the barista to select my three espressos. Each was ground and prepared only after finishing the one prior. All were prepared well. Flavor was excellent for 1, very good for 1 other and good for the 3rd. Atmosphere clearly that of a true coffee shop right down to the 2 roasters you see when you walk in. Comfortable chairs and tables, relaxed vibe and an obvious dedication to coffee from its sourcing to roasting to preparing. Very much enjoyed my visit and the very friendly service.
Huge place that apparently was one if the first local roasters in Paris. They still roast it and sell it in the shop and on the bar, according to their explanation they change the blend on the bar frequently and let customers try variety of flavours on a regular basis. The entrance is dedicated to their coffee beans, you can smell, taste, ask questions, and purchase beans for home use. The cafe is further inside and composed of 3 main spaces: the bar and 2 main rooms with few tables. Their coffee was OKish though a bit weak for me. Nice place to start your day although after traveling around the city and drinking fine coffee in other places this one seems to be not as good but the most expensive.
Giving off a winter-ready feel with its warm and loungy surrounds, Le Cafeotheque comes across as a roast and supply institution with ample space for readers to take up a corner for a couple of hours on a rainy day in Paris. Latte, macchiato and mocca all came through perfectly blended with an earthy costa rican grind. A place to go for a relaxed and offline coffee break.
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