The paradox is an exciting place of change and enjoyment of enjoyment.
Martin and his team like to fall back on the purism of simple ingredients and translate their tastes - creative, unpretentious and motivated. Sensual, but also contradictory ends up on the table. The new paradox will continue to meet expectations and reinvent itself time and time again. By bringing together what does not fit together at the first bite.
The paradox remains unfamiliar because it is completely new at irregular intervals. For example, in March 2016 to September 2016, a great barber shop with its friend tattoo artist arrived. The Barber and the Chef was the concept in concept. "The only thing on which guests can rely on us is a constantly blowing free spirit." Revolution or evolution? "The end of certainty is tantamount to openness. And openness is precisely what makes something new possible, "says Martin Kilga.
If a concept is savored, a new one awaits its premiere - accompanied by coordinated culinary pieces. Made by hand and staged by passionate dramaturges with sharp blades and a desire for the unused. It is important to challenge yourself again and again and constantly add new ideas to the menus as well as to the inner life and the whole object in the Zugallistraße 7. The paradox remains a place for social projects, art, exchange, advancement and enjoyment of enjoyment. "We want to continue the existing and change ourselves at the same time," continues Martin. Sounds paradoxical? Exactly.
The lived motto is to break with expectations and create something new. "The paradox is for people who no longer want to see and eat what they have already seen and eaten," says the chef. Our guests contribute with their curiosity but also their confidence and their pronounced sense of taste to the fact that something new can take place. Like a young generation of cocktails that come ready mixed in small bottles just waiting to flow over ice to complement the gin & tonic bar.
Even better than describing, the paradox can be experienced. So much is guaranteed: It will not adapt in the future and in any context. Rather, it remains as casual and unconventional, as usual. And so great.
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