Café & Restaurant
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Restaurant at the K20
Klee’s is a redesigned restaurant at K20 which opened in November 2012. It offers a special gastronomical concept: Modern cooking is combined with the traditional idea of tapas, which makes it the perfect place to go for dinner or for a quick lunch. Sticking with the traditional architectural specifications, the style of Klee’s unites modern, innovative design – new material and ideas – with classical elements.
The restaurant’s name is related to the artist Paul Klee, who taught at the Düsseldorf Art Academy until 1933: The purchase of his works by the state of North Rhine-Westphalia in 1960 led to the foundation of Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen.
Gastronomy at the K21
In 2002, the Cuban-born artist Jorge Pardo was recruited for the artistic design of the Pardo’s. He created a design for the walls and the lighting arrangement. A cheerful soap bubble pattern of orange and green tones covers the café during the day. Green nested and interlocking umbrella lamps give the space a special atmosphere even in the dark.
Pardo’s culinary director is premium caterer lemonpie, which offers fresh, high-quality food variations: The menu includes sandwiches, a variety of exotic bowls, tartes flambées and culinary classics. In the afternoon, homemade cakes and pies with all kinds of specialty coffees are on offer, as well as fine wines and sparkling cocktails.
After 6 p.m., Pardo’s is available exclusively for private dining, smaller events, weddings, Christmas celebrations or parties of up to 150 people.
For more information, visit: http://lemonpie.de/pardos