Restaurant Review

Bold food pairings at Club Street's Le Bon Funk

Le Bon Funk's chef-owner Keirin Buck lets his imagination run wild with bold pairings such as cheese and tapioca that work very well

Le Bon Funk is ostensibly a natural wine bar, serving wines made with minimal chemical and technological aid. There is a growing interest in these as consumers turn to less-processed foods that are better for health.

But even if you don't drink, you will find it worthwhile to drop by this friendly establishment, which opened in Club Street more than two months ago. The food menu by Japanese-Canadian chef-owner Keirin Buck is one of the most exciting I've seen in a while.


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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on June 24, 2018, with the headline 'The good kind of funk'. Print Edition | Subscribe