A trendy new table opened in Paris this month, and it’s getting lots of buzz for both its food and design. Just a stone’s throw from the Champs-Élysées, Miss Ko serves up Asian-fusion delights from three talented maestros: executive chef Fabrice Monot, Linda Rodriguez (from Bond Street New-York, Hachi Las Vegas) and Martin Swift (from Nobu London).
Design wizard Philippe Starck did the interiors: a visual extravaganza that Le Fooding describes as “une kitscherie polychrome” and Eater calls “utterly nuts.” Think eclectic video projections, a monumental mural by David Rochlin (with “creepy bobbleheaded ghost faces”), and an enormous teapot hanging from the ceiling.
The best detail of all? A long table with screen on its surface that shows a colorful animated dragon flying beneath diners’ plates. (Check out the video here.) The menu is just as playful (foie gras gyozas and bibimbap burgers).
Open every day, Miss Ko is located at 49, avenue George V in the 8th arrondissement. For more information, visit miss-ko.com.
Photo via Facebook/RestaurantMissko