The SMLWRLD 'Hell of the North' Restaurant is Warm and Inviting

By: Shiori Mine - Published: May 31, 2012 • References: smlwrld & contemporist
The SMLWRLD 'Hell of the North' restaurant and bar is a modern french-style bistro that blends rustic and refined details into one cozy space. The restaurant's devilish name is inspired by the treacherous one-day cycling event Paris-Roubaix, which takes place primarily on cobblestone roads -- otherwise known as, Hell of the North.

It is not hard to spot this restaurant from a mile away, with its bright mustard door welcoming guests inwards. The interior is a mix of snug materials such as timber slats, exposed stone walls and dark blackened steel fixtures. The wooden crate booths provide just enough privacy for intimate dinners, but still remains airy and ideal people-watching.

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