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Le Press Café In Paris

Le Press Café is located in the area of Paris that is known for its journalists and intellectual types and is situated in the 2nd Arrondissement not far from the world famous River Seine.

The modern decor of this cafe has displays of artworks and photographs that are often changed to give a fresh feel to the place, and providing Wi-Fi access, this establishment is still very popular with writers, etc.

Also, this place is more along the lines of a Paris Bistro than a café, with its traditional French cuisine that changes with the seasons and what fresh produce is available, so you can expect dishes such as duck confit with sautéed potatoes or entrecote with béarnaise sauce, but bear in mind that most dishes are meat based, as is the same with many of Paris cafes and therefore not such a good choice for vegetarians.

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Le Press Café In Paris

Le Press Café is open in the morning for breakfast right through until after midnight, which means it is a frequented by business people and those that want to catch up with their emails etc during the day, and because of the free WiFi access some locals make it their daily hang out. 

But there is also a big screen where you are able to watch live sports and there is a DJ one evening a week, which is usually on a Thursday night.

Restaurant Guide Key Points

You will find most of the clientele in smart casual dress and it is more suitable for adults due to the nature of the setting, and it would probably not be an idea to take young children here.

It is open from 7am through to around 2am in the morning every day of the week, with continual food service from 11am through to 10.30pm.

They provide what is called a Formule petit déjeuner that cost around 6€ and includes a hot drink, croissant and a glass of orange juice

They do provide a lunch menu special, which is an approximate cost of around 14€ and called the Formule déjeuner it includes a starter and main course or a main course and dessert.  However, this only available on a Monday to Friday, but not at weekends or on any national holidays.

There is a lunch Plat du jour for approximately 10€ and a plate of the day also available in the evening for around 12€.

However you can choose directly from the wide choice available on the A la Carte menu, which looks more like a menu from a good Paris restaurant and yet without a similar price tag, as a starter is from 6€ and main courses are from 12€ upwards

There is tapas style food available from around 5.30pm, plus a bottle of wine starts from only around 17€.

The nearest Metro station is the Bourse.

Address & Contact Details:

Le Press Café
89 Rue Montmartre
Ile de France

Telephone: 1 40 26 07 30

Le Press Café

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