29 September 2017 | Food & drinks

Cassiopée Café

For a damn good cup of coffee!



Tucked in rue Custine in the 18th district of Paris, Cassiopee Cafe is a cute little cafe where you can find delicious lattes, cappuccinos and food for the thoughts too… 🙂

Ah Montmartre! This little Parisian hill is worldwide famous for many things but coffee, probably not! Well, it is about to change as Cassiopee Cafe opened its little caffeine hub in December 2016.

This cafe is not the typical Parisian cafe but yet you can find the best coffees of Paris there. Here the atmosphere is closer to Melbourne’s coffee shops than St Germain’s. With a fine selection of gluten free food, such as delicious homemade quiches, vegan delicacies and other healthy things, Cassiopee is also a coffee roaster and sells its own coffee brand! You can purchase your coffee beans and brew your own coffee at home if you wish. 🙂

what better place to work on a global sourcing project than in a global cafe??? online classes sont la vie ?✨

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The design of the coffee shop is modern and warm with white walls welcoming photography exhibitions from time to time. Art is one of the many interests at Cassiopee Cafe, so get ready to see some arts on the walls. 🙂

Cassiopee’s team is also part of the Montmartre community and organize a few events each year to promote the neighbourhood. They do Natural Morning Arts happening on mornings and including vegan breakfast, meditation and a walk around Montmartre hidden gems such as the Jardin Sauvage St Vincent. 🙂

Filled with many books and magazines, you can stop at Cassiopee Cafe and enjoy your latte while you are going through the news of the morning or if you are in a morning rush, you can have your coffee on the go. It is really up to you. Everything is easy here. Cherry on the cake: the staff is super friendly and speaks English. What else can you ask for? 🙂