Clamato, the glam oyster and fish bar

Clamato interior room

While the restaurant Septime is still creating the buzz in the foodosphere (count 3 weeks for a reservation, the Michelin star of 2014 has not made things any easier), chef Bertrand Grébaut, hero of foodistas, launched this seafood counter accessible without reservations.

Featuring a streamlined decor, blond wood, bar stools and a few tables with a plunging view on a lush courtyard, such is the pretty picture frame.

On the menu? Tapas portions put together with the catch of the day. Our pick: rillettes of mackerel (7€); a terrific association of squid, pear, red cabbage (13€); a raw ceviche of black mullet, radishes, coriander (14€).

To be shared as a face to face between fish lovers, the fish soup (rouille sauce, comté cheese, croutons, 26€). And of course the super sexy oyster platters (starting at 16€) to slurp with a nice glass of white wine (starting at 7€).

Tip top, non-stop service from noon to 11pm on Saturday and Sunday.

Dinner Wednesday to Friday from 7pm to 11pm. Non-stop Saturday and Sunday from noon to 11pm.

Also discover Yaya, the Greek table of Juan Arbelaez.

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