A lover of botany? Then the Secret Garden restaurant should be at the top of your to-visit list. The many surreal-looking details of the interior designed by Studio TooManyAgencies match the jungle feeling, with accentuated colors underlining the historical character of the building.
Motifs inspired by the plant kingdom run through the entire interior. Here, form follows emotion rather than function. The announced wilderness is also reflected in the upholstery – and in the decision as to whether to take a seat on a leopard or jaguar chair.
Floral and birdlife paintings cover the walls, and the curved glass roof, crowned with glass and shaped metal, is even reminiscent of an aquarium. The bar has a chessboard floor and a stuffed peacock in a cage that is reflected in the mirrored ceiling.
In short: a fantastic bohemian feeling is guaranteed at the diner.
The menu offers a similar fusion philosophy and is therefore not at all for convinced purists. Instead, the focus is on Peruvian-Japanese cross-over cuisine