Perched on the heights of the Champs-Elysées, Mun is a majestic rooftop terrace whose décor, architecture and menu tell us all about the splendor of Asia. Welcome to one of the most beautiful places in the capital.
Great views of the rooftops of Paris, the Champs-Elysées, the Arc de Triomphe and even the Eiffel Tower and the Basilica of the Sacred Heart are what to expect from MUN, the Paris Society’s latest project. This new restaurant, located at 52 Champs-Elysées, has just been added to the most beautiful rooftops in Paris, from where you already have a great view.
The decor of this Asian-inspired restaurant was designed by the duo Eva von Romberg and Charlotte Besson-Oberlin. A chic and sophisticated atmosphere with floral-printed velvet armchairs, a warm carpet, soft lighting and alcoves – here we are in the land of the rising sun.
In the kitchen, chefs Julien Chikuan and Roland Puze, as well as bartender Aurelien Fleury for cocktails. The emphasis is on inspiration from Japan, but not only. Go ahead and enjoy the twisted opening. On the menu is a sushi bar with sashimi, California rolls and tataki, as well as gyoza, hamachi avocado carpaccio and dashi miso, charcoal-grilled yakitori, and even shabu-shabu.