Great atmosphere, fun, down-to-earth, and actually great music. Oh yeah, and the burgers are good, too.
© Chloé Chester
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Time Out says
Posted: Wed Dec 19 2012
Small and cosy with minimalist décor, le Karambole is a bar-restaurant which takes as much care over its music as its tapas, like chorizo croquetas or aubergine rolls with goat's cheese and rosemary (€3 each), as well as daily specials and generous hamburgers. What's more, there's a cool programme of house, minimal, electro and dubstep: DJs and electronic composers from independent and underground labels deliver sharp beats and heavy bass, and funk, soul and hip-hop also feature heavily. Le Karambole Café does a lot to promote contemporary culture through photo exhibitions (opening on the first Wednesday of the month), conferences on music and screenings of short films (more information on the Myspace page, below).
Karambole Café 10 rue Hégésippe Moreau