La Caféothèque

52 Rue de l'Hôtel de ville, 75004 Paris, France
5.0 / 5 stars
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Delighted to find a Melbourne style cafe that is serious about coffee. Looks tiny from the outside but has a series of quirky rooms each with their own ambiance. We enjoyed great coffee on cosy lounges - lovely break from long walks to see the sights.

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