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The Yellow Fever Restaurant Hangs Bowls on the Wall to Show Portion Sizes

 - Sep 16, 2015
References: yellowfevereats & contemporist
Fleetwood Fernandez Architects designed the Yellow Fever restaurant to incorporate bowls on the wall, which shows guests the variety of portion sizes available. This unique eatery boasts the color yellow in various aspects of the dining room -- except for its wall of bowls.

A massive mural of bowls on the wall is located in the dining room atop a bright yellow backdrop. The bowls are colored with either pure white or pure black paint to add an pleasing aesthetic to the dishware decor.

The Yellow Fever is an Asian-American fusion restaurant located in Los Angeles California, serving a variety of dishes available in numerous sized portions to satisfy any appetite. Owners Michael and Kelly Kim aim to please their guests with delicious and healthy cuisine options "inspired by a mash up of American and Asian palates and cultures."