Clamato

More accessible than its sibling Septime, Clamato doesn’t require a reservation and it’s also open from Monday to Sunday. Wile the restaurant closes during the week after lunch and reopens for dinner, on weekends it stays open all day. The available seafood dishes depend on the day’s deliveries from nearby fishing communities, so you can relax knowing that everything is fresh and comes from local sources.

Clamato

  • 80 Rue de Charonne, 75011 Paris, France

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