Designed by famous Philippe Starck with the mysterious Miss Kō in mind as the main heroine, this culinary hotspot is merges European tastes, with the tradition of Asian countries.
Imagined as the scenario of a new and phantasmagorical experience, this restaurant invites diners to discover great classics revisited and exceptional creations. Here you’ll be tempted to taste a selection of unmissable fare, such as the famous Bo Buns wokés by the minute; as well as new recipes, like the delicious pavé of black cod marinated in "den miso", the sashizza; or the miniature collections of rolls and sushi for those after staples with a twist.
Never a dull moment, you’ll also be adequately entertained by the many Parisian and international DJs which perform at Miss Kō each night — the atmosphere here is a mix of revisited urban music and a sharp electric trend. If you’re curious about their vibe before banking on it, you can find their playlists and some of the original mixes created exclusively for the resto, here on Sound Cloud.
Perfect for: Dinner with your friends on Thursday or Friday night, to catch a great mood and enjoy Asian fusion food. Miss Kō is also smack bang on the side of the Champs-Élysées, so it’s an easy Uber ride to club favorites L’Arc or Matignon after dark. Alternatively, you can just shift to the bar and continue your night right there — Miss Kō is open until 2am!
What to order: Bo Bun Rose with Gua Bao as an Appetizer and some good Saké, that’s our choice!
Address: 49/51 Avenue George V - 75008 Paris
Trading hours: Mon - Sun 12pm-2am
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