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“Poor and overpriced with a very food limited menu.”
Review of Cafe-En-Seine

Cafe-En-Seine
Ranked #31 of 289 Nightlife in Dublin
Certificate of Excellence
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Owner description: A series of bars spanning 3 floors, the soaring interior of 'Café' is amazing with a 3-storey atrium culminating in beautiful glass-panelled ceilings, 40 foot trees, enormous art nouveau glass lanterns, and statues among its many amazing features. Enjoy a laid back café style experience by day (Lunch is served daily from noon)and by night enjoy one of Dublin's most stylish bars offering an extensive range of cocktails and beers and great music entertainment.
Reviewed 13 February 2017 via mobile

€10 for a chicken wrap and a few fries.

Luke warm chicken, bacon and cold mayo inside a cold wrap with about 10 fries that would have been better cooked by MCDs.

Wine expensive also 7.20 for a medium glass of house wine.

Woman on front desk ignored us when we arrived and left us to fend for ourselves, we were unsure whether to go sit down or wait around to be seated.

The male waiters were the only saving grace for the experience- friendly and approachable.

Won't be returning!

Thank ccowan06
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Reviewed 13 February 2017 via mobile

We started our hen do night here. We had prebooked a table and a package of drinks which was very reasonable.
This was a perfect place to start our girly night out!! This place is absolutely breath taking as you walk in, it is all beautifully decorated. Does a brilliant range of cocktails and drinks, while we were here we started feeling peckish so organised so platters to share. They had a beautiful range of picky bits to share between us. The staff were very helpful, everyone was really friendly. The place was really well organised and warm reception when we walked in.
It really is somewhere to see, it's beautiful!!

1  Thank Thomas M
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Reviewed 12 February 2017 via mobile

Charming Sunday evening spent here with hubby who has never been. I return again and again for the special ambiance and good food. The decor is decadent and whimsical. Eclectic collection of palms , elephant ornaments, laid out glamourously like a cruise ship from the 20s or somewhere in the Raj. We chose the pescatarian platter (€16), chunky chips with aioli (3.50)and chicken wings(8.50). Delicious but too much food for us. The yummy chicken wings were so plentiful. Wine starts around €27. Friendly staff. Fabulous jazzy band played for hours. A man who could do Sinatra and Amy Winehouse. Hubby loved it!

1  Thank emma c
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Reviewed 11 February 2017 via mobile

Beautiful setting and great selection of drinks, loads of spirits and cocktails. Menu is quite basic and pretty limited but ok. The atmosphere is incredible though, never seen anything like it.

Thank Cazz A
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Reviewed 3 February 2017

Location: On Dawson street, 5 minutes walk from Temple Bar area (15 - 20 minutes walk from Holiday Inn Express Hotel)

This place recommend by my partner, he was here 12 years ago and the style and design still looks lovely like is was! Here is good to stop by for aperitif before going out to have a meal.

At Cafe-En-Seine there is live music and music is pretty good. Staffs are lovely - Thanks to Lisa to serving us a nice lovely drink. Of course if you want to eat here, there is food available on the menu (we didn't have a meal here)

Price for a drink: $$ i.e. champagne.

PS. Here the style is nothing to do with Irish Bar, is more cozy and French style but the style is very nice and is good place to visit in Dublin!

1  Thank terbtoh
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