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Input Sought on Kong, Paris

cabrales | Nov 19, 2003 06:00 PM

A few weeks ago in one of the Le Figaro weekend supplements, there was an article on restaurant decor (including pics of Atelier de JR, Mix in NY, etc.) One of the depicted restaurant was a new restaurant in Paris called Kong.

Do members have input on what the cuisine of Kong is like? It's not a good sign that it's an affiliate of Lo Sushi :>

From the Le Figaro article, the place looked trendy (in a neutral way), and is designed by Laurent Taïeb and Philippe Starck. There were plexiglass chairs with the faces of women of different nationalities on them. Gayot reported: "The Pont-Neuf building in the 1st has been completely renovated, and the newly opened businesses housed within include two Laurent Taïeb (Lô Sushi, Bon, Bon 2) restaurants: Kong, a Franco-Japanese restaurant with Starck décor (fifth and sixth floors)...."

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