This restaurant was inspired by Stanley Kubrick's 1970's cult
movie Clockwork Orange with its futuristic design, and there is a menu that is just as
futuristic, yet you also have Pierre Herme, who is without a doubt one of the best pastry
chefs in France and worked at the famous Fauchon
in Paris for many years, who has a pastry counter
And this very original and unusual restaurant
in Paris that has now got people talking, and has items on the menu such as lobster
hotdogs and roast chicken cooked in Coca-Cola! Yet is a no frills place, with
condiments on the tables such as ketchup and salt in their original containers.
There are numerous unusual and controversial items on the menu, which in some ways has
created competition with Spoon Paris.
But being situated in the 8th Arrondissement just off the famous Avenue de Champs Elysees where there are
numerous different restaurants, cafes and bistros in walking distance of each other,
such as World Place that was originally known as Man Ray, at Korova you can be sure of an
dinner to remember.
Restaurant Guide Key Points
The Korova is open from 8am through to 2am every day of the week and serves breakfasts,
lunches and dinners.
This restaurant is owned by French TV producer Jean-Luc Delarue and caters to a
star-studded clientele and therefore reservations are recommended if you want to have a
dinner here, plus the dress code is smart with many wearing jackets.
The average cost for a dinner is anything upwards of £65 without drinks.
The nearest Metro station is the Franklin D. Roosevelt.
Address & Contact Details:
33 Rue Marbeuf
Telephone: 1 53 89 93 93