Septime’s Bertrand Grébaut and Théo Pourriat converted a shoe-repair shop to open this intimate, impeccably-designed wine bar just around the corner from their renowned restaurant. The well-informed staff serve a limited menu of exquisite small plates (ranging from cheeses and cured meats to foie gras stuffed with smoked eel) alongside a sizeable selection of well-priced natural wines from France and abroad.
On any given evening a mixed crowd of locals and tourists – some waiting for tables at Clamato, others just enjoying apéro-hour – perch on bar stools and repurposed grocery crates, mingling to a soundtrack of reggae and vintage jazz classics. For years more a way-station than an outright destination, Septime Cave has since summer 2015 been open for business on Sundays, rendering it all the more indispensable to the rue de Charonne neighborhood.
— Aaron Ayscough, December 2015
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Book well in advance, and then look forward to Bertrand Grébaut’s beautiful, seasonal cooking, pristine ingredients, and a fine list of natural wines to match.
An absolute favorite
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A seafood and shellfish-centric joint from Bertrand Grébaut of Septime. Expect small plates of pristine marinated fish, platters of oysters, silky crab fritters (accrabes) and maple syrup pie for dessert. Wines are natural and well-selected, just like at Septime. One of our favorite new restaurants of 2013.
An absolute favorite
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This seafood and shellfish-centric joint from Bertrand Grébaut of Septime had its soft opening on November 1st and will open to the public tonight. We’ll update this page as soon as we know more.
Address: 80 rue de Charonne, 75011
Nearest transport: Charonne (9)
Telephone: 01 43 72 74 53
Reviews of interest
- Le Fooding (2013) ” Et avec, surtout, par petites touches tueuses, du cru brut de mer et d’estuaire (huîtres d’Utah Beach ou de Maldon accompagnées de tabasco maison, de vinaigre de rancio-échalotes et de beurre sur tranches de miche signée Landemaine, 16-18 €), du pas cuit finement paré au bar par la Québécoise Erika (tartare veau-huître avec feuilles d’estragon et chips maison; dorade royale au leche de tigre et framboises fraîches; saint-jacques, potimaron et zestes de cédrat…) et du cambusé de première classe (couteaux au beurre d’herbes et amandes; anguille fumée, cocos et graines; « acrabes » et sauce huankaina…).”
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