Luxury and Simplicity
On the left bank of Paris, a mythical venue, on the right bank of the most popular establishments in Paris. One brand, one philosophy, but different atmospheres. In Saint Germain des Prés, the great ladies refined elegance, in Montaigne and Neuilly, Japanese culture and gastronomy revisited in contemporary fashion.
Contemporary Japanese Food
Orient Extrême’s menu offers an audacious gastronomy often rooted in French traditions, combined with Japanese condiments and techniques, reinventing these two cultures in a single plate.
Sober and Casual
Orient Extrême Montaigne and Neuilly were designed to be in full harmony with contemporary Japanese architecture, in a pure and natural style that has been adapted through colours and materials.
21 rue Bayard
+ 33 1 47 20 91 58
36 bis rue de Sablonville
+ 33 1 46 24 94 14
Contemporary Izakaya, created for the pleasure of senses, Kinugawa is on a firm road to becoming once again an elegant and trendy venue, a space where every detail is oriented towards discovery of a new manner of enjoying and living Japanese gastronomy.
New Japanese Gastronomy
In Kinugawa’s kitchen, Chef Hasegawa draws in every of his meal the stunning lines that join tradition with his vision of contemporary Japanese gastronomy.
East meets West
Three different spaces on two levels: the Lounge Bar, The Atelier and the Restaurant, designed by French architects Gilles & Boissier to be an invitation to dream and travel, in a space where spirit and senses are immersed in a poetic and contemporary atmosphere.
9 rue du Mont Thabor
+ 33 1 42 60 65 07
1 bis rue Jean Mermoz
+ 33 1 42 25 04 23
A New Asian Art of Living
Yoko is set within the Compagnie de l’Orient et de la Chine concept store, and combines a catering offer and a sales area, where customers discover hand-selected products, stemming from our know-how and our Asian craftsmen and producers network.
State-of-the-art Japanese Cuisine
A very innovative menu, tailored for a daily opened venue, that offers breakfast, lunch and tea time, mingling Black Code’s « signature meals » and original creations, mixing Asian culinary codes and bold European influences.
Pureness and Clarity
Yoko’s design was entrusted to François Schmidt and Sarah Lavoine, two well-known interior designers, who worked within a contemporary spirit focused on purity – Japanese influences, a mix of sophisticated and raw materials, light colors – that makes the space a luminous and pleasant place to live.
170 boulevard Haussmann
+ 33 1 45 61 33 15