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The newly re-imagined Cafe en Seine is one of Dublin’s most iconic and stunning venues. Nestled in the heart of Dublin’s city centre on Dawson Street, Cafe en Seine was established in 1993 and quickly became a go-to destination for locals and...more
Please note that Cafe en Seine is CLOSED for renovation from 14 May 2018 until the end of 2018.
It already has been completely gutted and the nice interior has been sold, So no more art nouveau chic, it will be a different place after...More
Was in Dublin on a Sunday night.
Popped in for a drink here. It was very nice.
I’ve walked passed this place many times but never really noticed it.
It’s really big and the booths are great.
I’ll be back here when I’m next in...More
This place is fantastic. I visit Dublin frequently and always come here at least once every time. The decor is amazing, I don't think I have ever seen a place like it! The decor in the ladies room is also fantastic!) My friends and I...More
I have been at the Cafe a few times before and always enjoyed it. It is normally reasonably easy to get a table, on this occasion 9 of us present so 2 tables. The Guinness was excellent and although I had eaten before arrival our...More
Don't judge a book by it's cover !
This bar/restaurant is definitely overrated. The Cafe is very pretty inside and has a good atmosphere due to the life music but the service as well as the food are both rubbish!
This is the kind of...More
This was my favourite place in Dublin 20 years ago - and a return visit confirmed that it still is. It's slightly away from the main drag of Temple Bar - which suits me.
Despite visiting on the night of the fire, and having to...More
We enjoyed a simple lunch of Seafood chowder and coffee which were both delicious and piping hot. Service was good.
However, the ambience and intriguing decorations were fascinating and numerous.
We then enjoyed a stroll around the coped before departing. Don’t miss a visit to...More