DooSooGoBang is a South Korean restaurant that's situated in the city of Suwon. With a menu that's derived from Korean temple food, the restaurant serves up a variety of organic dishes that are cooked without onions, leeks, chives, or garlic—as these vegetables are "said to disrupt harmonious spiritual practice."
Taking cues from Buddhist practices, DooSooGoBang features a minimalist design that aims to speak to the religion's values. Decorating the white and gray walls are wooden shelving units that display a curation of ceramic pieces, along with hangers that house a series of small tables that are used in traditional Korean-style dining.
Seoul's Limtaehee Design Studio separates the restaurant into three distinct areas, each of which offers its own dining experience.
Image Credit: DooSooGoBang / Design Studio