Restaurants in Paris are one too many! But few stand out like Le Kong, that’s for sure. Designed by Philippe Starck and located in the 1st Arrondissement, Le Kong does not limit itself to the little bit extra and even goes over the top. It’s a cozy, modern and Japanese-inspired atmosphere that will surely be on your list of places to go in Paris.
Bold, new and spectacular, Le Kong is definitely a must-go. From the kitchen, decor and music, nothing was left untouched to ensure the success of this UFO that landed on the rooftops of Paris. Philippe Starck took care of the decor, Richard Pommiès, the kitchen, Beatrice Ardisson, the decks, and finally Ara Starck, the paintbrushes!
The atmosphere of Le Kong bar entwines both the intimate character of a cocktail bar with the refinement and elegance of a luxury hotel bar.
Le Kong infuses a mixture of a relaxed and elegant, classy and entertaining, lively and friendly atmosphere.
On the 5th floor of a Haussmann building, every window boasts a different view: the Pont Neuf, Henri Sauvage’s Art Deco design of the Samaritan building, Art Nouveau by Frantz Jourdain, the Seine, the Louis Vuitton HQ…
With an exquisity interior design style, this hospitality project is one of the best from Mr. Starck. The colors were carefully selected to make sure the asian environment is well accomplished.
Catapulted into fame when it was featured on Sex and the City in 2004, Le Kong is an over-the-top, très chic restaurant and bar.
Le Kong restaurant is a masterpiece of ultramodern franco-japanese design, and it’s at the top of many people’s list of must visit places in Paris. Can you imagine how many of us dream of visiting this design restaurant in the sky with a view of the Seine?
Halfway between Paris and Tokyo, you’ll be surrounded by Louis XV armchairs, plasma screens, a fluorescent staircase and a carpet of pebbles. Kong is very Parisian, luxurious and accessible at the same time to all.