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Posted: Mon Aug 12 2013
Inspired by a traditional grocery store, long before the days of the hypermarche, Seraphin has an old world charm which will delight and intrigue diners. Just 100m from the famous Place Saint Sulpice and opposite St Germain des Pres’ market the Café makes the most of its location with huge bay windows looking out to the street. The wood panelled and stone interior is lined with shelves piled high with produce and antique kitchenalia, giving the impression that the café has stood for years. When it comes to food the kitchen not only looks to the past for inspiration but embraces the present, using modern creativity to improve on French recipes which make up a menu which takes Seraphin from traditional comptoir in the morning to elegant restaurant at night.