Dinner at Clown-Bar

Dinner at Clown-Bar

at Clown Bar on 13 January 2018
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Strawberry, yogurt mousse, lovage ice cream
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Clown Bar, Paris (May 2017)
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Lemon tart | Millefeuille, coffee cream, banana ice cream
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Clown Bar, Paris (May 2017)
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Chocolate cream puff, coffee ice cream
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Clown Bar, Paris (May 2017)
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Smoked chicken from Cour d'Armoise, zucchini, pistachio | Veel cheek | New potato, caper
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Clown Bar, Paris (May 2017)
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Turbot fish, fava beans, egg yolk, lard
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Clown Bar, Paris (May 2017)
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Ard├Ęche dry pork sausage | Langoustine tartare, Cantabria anchovy, cerise | Brown mushroom, cucumber, foie gras, smoked eel
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Clown Bar, Paris (May 2017)
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Veal brain, tosazu sauce
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Clown Bar, Paris (May 2017)
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Sardine tempura
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Clown Bar, Paris (May 2017)
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Cured pork belly of black Bigorre | Fermented onions pancake | White asparagus salad, smoked hard ricotta
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Clown Bar, Paris (May 2017)
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It's hip. It's buzzy. It's where all the chefs in town go to eat. Eater has called it the most thrilling restaurant in Paris. This place is called Clown Bar and it's run by Japanese Chef Sota Atsumi. You book a table in advance and order off their a la carte menu. We ordered nearly everything. The veal cheeks and sardine tempura were incredibly delicious! The most interesting item? A whole veal brain served in tosazu sauce.
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Clown Bar, Paris (May 2017)
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