It was in January in the heart of a Parisian place loaded with history at 8 rue d'Anjou in the 8th arrondissement, that the restaurant RAN (last name drawn great film from Akira Kurosaw) opened its doors.
Ran was created by the emblematic duo Marc Zaffuto & Emmanuel d'Orazio, to whom we owe the madness of Cabaret Manko Paris. He called on the renowned Chef Shuhei Yamashita, formerly commanded by Kinugawa Vendôme, who signed a card combining the daring of contemporary Japanese gastronomy with incartades in French traditions.
But Ran is also an atmosphere and a place suspended between two times: a contemporary Japanese restaurant, installed in a mythical French private hotel. It was Moma Group and Blackcode who called on alchemist designer Tristan Auer to design an eclectic place, combining tradition and modernity, refinement and elegance for a decor with sensual and singular beauty. Its superabundant aesthetic vision unfolds in vibrating mixtures of materials, lights while preserving the old woodwork and the warm character of the place thanks to the discreet touches of a furniture as contemporary as refined.
An address not to miss for lovers of gastronomy and interior design.