An independent coffee shop in the heart the diverse 9ème arrondissement of Paris. A café of self-proclaimed “coffee roasters, brewers and cake makers”.
When you think of Pigalle, images of the Boulevard de Clichy, the Moulin Rouge, and slightly seedy sex shops, probably pop up, but thankfully the 9ème arrondissement has a few better things to offer. Head a little further south of the Boulevard de Clichy and you’ll stumble across the Rue des Martyrs: a street lined with alternative cafés, quaint flower shops, and fresh veg markets.
Perched on the corner of Rue des Martyrs and rue trudaine, you’ll find the KB Caféshop, with a modern matte black finish; a safe-haven to escape the hustle and bustle of south Pigalle. This café is consistently packed to the rafters - a testament to the gorgeous coffee and sumptuously tempting cakes on offer. Pick up a slice of their delectable carrot cake (€5) and wash it down with one of their perfectly spiced chai lattes (€5.50), or let their welcoming staff talk you into a healthier option of vibrant salad (€8). During the week it’s the perfect place for a working lunch with free wifi and vibrant co-working spaces, or treat yourself to a fresh breakfast of tartines at only €4, sat on the rustic wooden benches all weekend.