Cafe en Seine restaurant
39 Dawson Street, Dawson Street
Its opulent decor, soaring interior and vibrant atmosphere make Cafe en Seine the perfect place to enjoy a slow pint, Irish coffee, tasty food or a lazy Sunday brunch over some chilled-out jazz.
Cafe en Seine operates a daily food service from noon to 9pm (5pm on a Sunday). Lounge in splendour and enjoy laid back lunch from a menu that features delicious soups, gourmet sandwiches, hot dishes and an excellent selection of coffees and yummy pastries.
Come evening, the brasserie style menu - served all day Monday to Saturday - offers a range of dishes from the classic to the modern, including Crispy Coconut Tiger Shrimp, Rib-eye steaks and a range of delicious desserts.
On Sundays Café en Seine is the perfect place to relax, read the Sunday papers and enjoy our delightful Sunday Brunch-served 12-5pm- to the strains of the resident Café en Seine Jazz Trio.
Award winner for best bar from NHA (national hospitality awards) as well as the Best City Bar award from Licensing World magazine bar awards!
Casual Lunch Menu from 12pm to 5pm Monday to Saturday
Evening Menu served all day Monday to Saturday
Sunday Jazz Menu from 12pm to 5pm
Café en Seine is facilitated with an ATM machine and is wheel chair accessible throughout. Open daily from noon and until 2.30am Wednesday to Saturday.
AWARDS & PRIZES
|Mon||12:00pm - 11:30pm|
|Tue||12:00pm - 11:30pm|
|Wed||12:00pm - 2:30am|
|Thu||12:00pm - 2:30am|
|Fri||12:00pm - 2:30am|
|Sat||12:00pm - 2:30am|
|Sun||12:00pm - 11:00pm|
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Brasserie, Brasserie, Cafe, Casual Dining, Cocktails, European, International, Kid's Menu, Pub Grub
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Reviewed 31st January 2014
Very luxurious, definitely a place to take people who aren't familiar with Dublin. Not really the place to go on a night out unless you have a hefty paycheck each month!!
Reviewed 24th October 2013
Great place for brunch on a Sunday. There's live music in the afternoon and the evening so you can while away a full day in here eating, drinking and being merry!
Reviewed 01st October 2013
Popped in for brunch with the girls late on Sunday morning. We all had poached eggs and bacon on toast which were cooked beautifully and a few drinks each. Although the food and drink were nice, and good value too - the main attraction was the live jazz band who were brilliant and created a lovely chilled atmosphere. Perfect for a few hours just winding down.
Reviewed 27th August 2013
I stopped in here for a bite with my parents during a day out in the city centre. The place itself is decorated like a palace, this is not some dingy pub by any standards, but the atmosphere on saturday lunchtime was relaxed. If you wanted to impress someone, this is a good place to choose. I had the crab bruscetta (on the menu as a tasty snack) which was plentiful and very good value. The service is friendly and fairly prompt. They were advertising lunch specials at €9.50 and after work cocktail hour which I know draws a good crowd. Highly recommend a visit!
Reviewed 22nd August 2013
Very good pub grub in luxurious surroundings.
Reviewed 20th August 2013
Had lunch here one Sunday , food was good but nothing special,good jazz band playing ,gave a nice atmosphere. Went for drinks here @ night great buzz [very busy] but no problem getting served, have been back for drinks a couple of times. Beautiful decor and a fabulous setting in the heart of the city centre.
Reviewed 07th March 2013
We ate here on Tuesday evening. It was my first time to visit the place. The menu had 2 courses for 19.95 which I thought was quite reasonable. I had the crabmeat and avocado for starter. The portion size was generous and it tasted fabulous. For main course, I had the Stuffed roast chicken with feta cheese, basil & tomato, couscous,& slow-roasted vegetable salad The only fault I had was that there could have been more couscous on the plate. It was delicious. I would definitely recommend eating here. The service was very friendly too which is nice to find in the city centre.
Reviewed 03rd December 2012
This place is lovely, so christmassy, snug, warm and decor is beautiful. Will definly come back here again and the food is so well priced and the Arrabiata pasta I got was the nicest I ever tasted.
Reviewed 03rd May 2012
I ate from the cafe en seine "dine in dublin" menu. It was great value. Perfectly located while visiting Dublin city centre. Although cafe en seine is a bar, the dining area is nicely tucked away managing to create an nice intimate atmosphere and there is also the option to stay on for a drink after your meal. The service was good and the manager came by to check everything was ok. The food was lovely, the only complaint would be that the main course I ordered, chicken breast on a bed of roasted, wasn't served with a side dish.
Reviewed 16th April 2012
Food , service and cocktails are excellent, will certainly be back:)