Sunday, October 18, 2009

Nomiya, Paris

I love this make-shift idea of a restaurant. Nomiya is a temporary structure that is seated on the roof of Le Palais de Tokyo Museum. It is designed by a Parisian architect, Laurent Grasso and it can host 12 guests at any one time. This concept by Electrolux and Le Palais de Tokyo Musuem has been named "Art Home", pronounced as arĂ´me. It features the breathtaking views of the Eiffel Tower and the Seine.

The resident chef, Gilles Stassart promises that the menu changes with every seating, so that every experience is unique. Lunch is at 60 Euros and Dinner at 80 Euros. Bookings are made online though the website.

Personally, I love the simplicity of the structure and the way the purple LEDs light up the restaurant at night. The exclusivity and the views are all the more reason to covet a spot.

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