Clamato Clamato
80, rue de Charonne (Rue Saint-Bernard)
75011 Paris
01 43 72 74 53
Cuisine: Seafood
A seafood-focused venture from Bertrand Grébaut and Théo Pourriat (Septime, La Cave).
Openings: Lunch Sat.-Sun., Dinner Fri.-Sun.


Clamato, Paris, france

Clamato Restaurant Review:

Clamato is a casual, seafood-focused spot from Bertrand Grébaut and Théo Pourriat (Septime, La Cave). Snag a booth or seat at the bar and sample some oysters. Dishes are prepared within sight of patrons settled at the counter. Though presentations and recipes are often exciting, unfortunately, the seasonings were not on par with the rest on the night of our visit. Overabundant clementine zest spoiled the sea bream carpaccio and too much salt ruined totally a yet-promising marrow bone with trout eggs and shiitake mushrooms. The signature dessert, a tartlet drenched in maple syrup with Chantilly cream, was fortunately much more convincing. Terse yet interesting wine list with a few Italian labels. Note that reservations are not accepted.

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