New Asian-Fusion by The Duc NGO
The new restaurant fuses relaxed Californian cuisine and aromatic pan-Asian flavours in a refined, upscale environment.
Roomers Frankfurt , the sophisticated, urban boutique hotel by Germany’s leading hospitality brand Gekko Group , has today unveiled its new restaurant Burbank in collaboration with Vietnamese-born chef, The Duc Ngo. Following three successful restaurants together: moriki Frankfurt, moriki Roomers Baden-Baden and the Golden Phoenix in Berlin, founders Micky Rosen and Alex Urseanu are pleased to partner once again with the contemporary chef at Roomers in Gutleutstrasse, Frankfurt.Much inspired by the multicultural cuisine of the United States, The Duc Ngo’s dishes are aromatic and tasteful concoctions to be enjoyed within a beautiful upscale environment. Signature dishes span from new-style sashimi, to Cajun octopus, cheese udon noodles, Mexican-inspired filet mignon, Korean tataki, Thai salads and ceviche. Ngo’s fanciful concoctions have made him one of Berlin’s most in demand chefs, bringing creativity to the once staid German dining scene.
“I’m a big fan of the multicultural food culture in the USA. It is simply spectacular how you can bring American and Asian cuisine together to create real taste explosions,” says The Duc Ngo about the concept behind Burbank.
Similar to all restaurants by The Duc Ngo, the space was designed by Hyunjung Kim, Ngo’s friend, business partner, muse and teacher in art and design. Light wood tables and upholstered seating mix with deep green granite surfaces and a contrasting dove blue and desert orange colour palette.Grand, silver mesh light fixtures create an elegant ambiance, casting soft lighting across the restaurant.
Diners will notice a new, open salad and seafood bar amongst some remaining elements from the previous space, such as the dark golden velvet furnishings and Ngo’s highly committed team, welcoming both old and new guests to the rejuvenated restaurant. A tribute to The Duc Ngo’s Chinese zodiac, the Burbank logo adorns a Chinese tiger believed to embody sensitivity and profundity behind his combative temperament – elements all conveyed through the delicate yet flavoursome cuisine and rich, abundant design.
Burbank restaurant is open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner, located at Roomers Frankfurt.
60329 Frankfurt am Main
Monday – Friday 6:30 – 10:30
Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holidays 6:30 – 13:00
Monday – Friday 12:00 – 15:00
Daily 18:00 – 24:00
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