Located in the Porsche Experience Center, Restaurant 356 is a contemporary restaurant, with a relaxed yet elegant feel.
Described in early advertisements as “Driving in its finest form,” the 356 was the first automobile to carry the Porsche Family name. Designed and engineered from the simple components of aluminum, leather, and steel and providing a driving experience like nothing before it, the 356 set the standards of luxury and performance that Porsche has continued to embody. We carry forward these principles at Porsche’s home in America through Restaurant 356. Inspired by our artisan engineer predecessors, we crafted a menu unlike any before. From simple ingredients and innovative techniques, we provide an experience of “Dining in its finest form.”
The Porsche restaurant offers fine-dining with a refined yet approachable menu highlighting a wine program celebrating the great wine-growing regions of the world and innovative, classically-focused cocktails. Featuring coveted views of the all-new world-class 1.2 mile driver development track and the world’s busiest airport, 356 is a premier dining destination.
The seasonal menu is rooted in high quality ingredient-driven dishes that marry diverse flavors and techniques seamlessly culminating the Porsche experience. With a great passion to cultivate partnerships with local farmers, foragers, and artisan craftsmen, our chefs are dedicated to the quality and integrity of our ingredients. Restaurant 356 provides elegant offerings that excite the senses, engage the palate, and satisfy the appetite.
Restaurant 356 is located on the second floor of the Porsche Experience Center. Please be prepared to show a photo id at the Porsche entry gate along with your reservation name. Reservations are required. If you are unable to make a reservation online, please call us at (770) 290-4356. We will always do our best to find you a table.
Chef Ensan Wong
Ensan is an American chef from Boston, Massachusetts, whose parents hailed from China and Nicaragua. After working in numerous restaurants around the globe, he completed an internship in Pastry at Pierre Hermé Paris, and one in Cuisine at the luxurious hotel Le Meurice, where he was also given the opportunity to be part of the food operations team. Ensan quickly worked his way through the ranks at Le Meurice, which is one of the most prestigious gastronomy establishments in Paris. He has worked under three Michelin Star–awarded chefs, including Yannick Alleno, Alain Ducasse, and Thomas Keller. He is also a graduate of the class of 2010 Grand Diplome at Le Cordon Bleu Paris. Ensan melds expertise in French technique with a Latin flair, and truly enjoys preparing meals that showcase high-quality local ingredients at Restaurant 356.