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KB CaféShop French coffee makers in South Pigalle - Paris 9th - France. Everyday we serve the best cups we can.
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Cute coffee shop with a selection of lunch items and baked goods. Lots of outdoor seating.
More remote area but nice and fancy one. To discover another side of Paris (compared to the eastern part). Trendy, high-quality product. After enjoying a flat-white (our treat!), we suggest to have a walk in the street "Rue des Martyrs". The ball is yours to discover ! :)
Best freshly roasted coffee in Paris, fresh juices homemade cakes, laptop benches
Best coffee in the area - English speaking establishment with great vibe and huge terrace on nice days ! Opens at 7:45am M-F and 9:00am on weekends.
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