Simple, crowded, noisy – and wonderfulBar Nimes is an ambitious operation in the disguise of a noisy, tightly packed corner bar. Founded by the Finnish chef Kim Öhman, co-owner of Stockholm’s popular Farang (and with a work history in Fat Duck and Per Se), the food philosophy is a no-nonsense combination of Southern France and Piedmont. The generous and reasonably priced dishes seem simple but are made with big passion, the daily handmade pastas being a prime example. We chose pissaladiere, salad of fresh artichokes, agnolotti del plin, tajarin with truffles, pepper steak & milk chocolate sorbet, and everything was as good as it gets. The wine list follows the same principles as the food. Handpicked old-world wines with good price/quality. Öhman has said, that his goal was to create a timeless place that could be there forever and in which he himself would love to dine every week. That summarizes Bar Nimes perfectly.
Busy bistro with rustic dishes from Provence-Piedmont