In the all-day dining area »The Casual«, daylight streams into a triangular space from skylights above. Conceived by Patricia Urquiola, here luxurious deep carpeting, black and white original photographs by fashion greats such as F.C.Gundlach and Melvin
Sokolsky adorning the walls, furniture by Moroso and B&B Italia, and Flos wall lights, all combine to make this an immaculate space.

In the fine-dining restaurant »Cinco by Paco Pérez« with its iconic copper pots, pans, and Tom Dixon lights tightly clustered above the central block table is an enthralling location for any intimate function. The golden light suffused by the central explosion of copper gives a uniquely opulent glow to the room, while details such as the unglazed porcelain stoneware tiles with a 3D pattern give texture, not to mention the views into the show kitchen. Ceiling mirrors cleverly positioned give views of dishes being prepared on the kitchen counters, and black and white photographs depicting a 1960’s Italian diner and a Flamenco dancer’s portrait all contribute to a multisensory experience.

Both The Casual all-day-dining restaurant and the Cinco by Paco Pérez fine dining restaurant can be booked exclusively, or can also be connected to form one larger space for up to 75 persons.

• Cinco: à la carte (1 - 8 persons)
• Cinco: set menu (9 - 35 persons)
• The Casual: à la carte (1 - 8 persons)
• The Casual: set menu (9 - 40 persons)
• The Casual & Cinco connected: set menu (up to 75 persons)