Dining in style in Paris. Is the food as wild as the decor?
It is via beautiful wooow...yk celine that i discovered the existence in Paris of Restaurant Kong. The French-Japanese fusion restaurant imagined by Philip stark is perched atop the headquarters of Kenzo in Paris, in a sublime frame-less glass roof with view of Pont Neuf. The building and location are "à couper le souffle." The decor is pretty daring I think.
Here is a list of elements the website says you will find in the restaurant:
A sumo lavatory attendant (if they mean the picture above, I think it's sad because this is a little boy they're calling a sumo.)
A fluorescence (?)
A field of orchids
Epidermic tables (??)
A Louis XV DJ
A very zen pebble rug
A jap bric a brac
One arm chairs
A dishevelled geisha
A different geisha, very distinguished
A modern kawaï from Omotesando
An elegant parisian
A new Starck story
The most beautiful view of Paris ( i have to agree that it must be awesome)
(Okay, whatever. This sounds a bit chi-chi parisian pretentiousness. Not a big fan of faux-poetry)
By night, a entirely different atmosphere. The restaurant is open until 2 a.m
Could this be the epidermic table? maybe.