Royal-Hamilius Rooftop Restaurant welcomes one of the greatest successes of the Paris restaurant sector : Manko Paris
An iconic figurehead is moving to join the Royal-Hamilius Rooftop Restaurant at the end of 2019. Manko Paris – result of the partnership between Gaston Acurio, Garou and Moma Group – has put Peruvian cooking at the forefront of the Parisian restaurant scene. It was in the old Drouot auction rooms (where the film ‘Fauteuils d’Orchestre’ was made), at 15 avenue Montaigne, that the MANKO Parisrestaurant opened its doors in February 2016, already regarded as an institution among Parisian addresses.
Building on the success of its restaurant in Paris, Moma Group will set up a MANKO restaurant and bar in the Royal-Hamilius complex in Luxembourg City.
Benjamin Patou, President of Moma Group: ‘Every Moma Group venue and restaurant needs an exceptional location. It is for this reason that the very natural desire came about to set up MANKO in the rooftop of the luxurious Royal-Hamilius complex, in the heart of Luxembourg.
The Luxembourg City project is a fantastic challenge that Moma Group just had to take part in, alongside CODIC International. In Paris, our mission is to transform slightly tired areas into brilliant venues by putting in creative and innovative designs. Royal-Hamilius has this same ambition: that of reviving the city centre by creating a new place to live for the inhabitants.
And what a place to live! With a panoramic view over all of Luxembourg City and an exceptional hanging garden, Royal-Hamilius gives us the promise of wonderful evenings under the stars, in summer and in winter, at the heart of one of Moma Group’s most wonderful concepts: MANKO, a Peruvian gem that exists already in Paris - avenue Montaigne - and designed in collaboration with the singer Garou and the great chef Gaston Acurio. A concept worthy of this magnificent project.’