Golden Phoenix

The restaurant Golden Phoenix in the chic Hotel Provocateur has a trendy interior and with The Duc Ngo and his Franco-Chinese creations a chef de cuisine with a great feeling for trends.
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Foto: Golden Phoenix | Gekko Group

© Foto: Golden Phoenix | Gekko Group

Foto: Golden Phoenix | Gekko Group

© Foto: Golden Phoenix | Gekko Group

The ambience of the exclusive restaurant Golden Phoenix in the Provocateur Hotel makes it a hip and trendy location. Chef de cuisine is The Duc Ngo, who also runs trendy restaurants like Mme Ngo, Ngo Kim Pak, Funky Fish, Kuchi Kant, Next to Kuchi, Cocolo Ramen and 893 Ryotei along Kantstraße in the City West.

The Hotel Provocateur is all about the burlesque style of the Golden Twenties. The motto is perfectly taken up in the Golden Phoenix restaurant. Armchairs in dark leather and red velvet, red plush sofas, walls with wood paneling and mirrors, a subtle lighting and an open show kitchen take guests to a Berlin of a bygone era.

Culinary, a visit at the Golden Phoenix is a journey into the Asian cuisine, spiced with a pinch of Cuisine Francaise. Chef The Duc Ngo brings combinations of Chinese and French cuisine to the table. Tender loin of beef in pepper sauce, beef tatami with lime and lemongrass dressing, sweet Barbary duck with pumpkin and corn or sea bass with caviar are on the menu. The starters include Wan Tan from the duck and sesame foie gras balls. At the end of a menu there are desserts such as honey-soya ice cream with cucumber cubes or puffed rice with hazelnut ice cream. A comprehensive, balanced wine list accompanies the elegant meal.

After dining at Golden Phoenix, guests can enjoy the rest of the night in the hotel’s adjoining Provocateur Bar serving luxurious cocktails.

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Editors Rating

Ambience
4.75

Gastronomical Offer
4.5

Coolness Factor
4.6

Creative Cuisine
4.6

Total
4.61

Address

Brandenburgische Straße, 21, 10707, Berlin, Germany

Quarter

Wilmersdorf

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Business Hours

Tuesday to Saturday

06:30 pm - 11:00 pm

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