FRENCH CUISINE WITH A MODERN FLARE
Mushrooms are one of the most widely consumed foods on the planet.
Traces of edible mushrooms have been found on nearly every continent, from the ancient Aztec cultures of Mexico to the remote shamans of frozen Siberia. The Roman empire considered them so tasty, they employed troops of men to source and taste mushrooms for the royal kitchen (making sure they were safe to eat, too).
Season and Spice
Dynamic energy. Bright plates. Intimate atmosphere. A meal at Clown Bar is as charming as it is vibrant. It is our favorite Natural Wine bar in Paris.
The room is a small café fashioned into a wine bar. Nothing fancy: 10 tables arranged around a cramped room with a short, wooden bar for a few extra seats.
Nature is bountiful. It gives us raw ingredients — the building blocks for delicious meals. Crispy romaine to toss in a salad, earthy mushrooms to sautée for an omelette, juicy tomatoes for your caprese.
But, what do you do with them? How do you make them taste good?