Little Oscar is a restaurant and bar in Melbourne blending American and Korean flavors with a traditional burger-centric dining experience. Boasting a tactile decor characterized by thick ropes suspended from the ceiling, the space marries industrial, rustic and seafaring themes. Located in the "culinary heart of Brunswick," Little Oscar proposed a challenging space to decorate and configure, given the narrow nature of its layout.
The stylish bar and restaurant was realized by Biasol: Design Studio, the studio aimed to create a space that maximized flow for customers and staff moving around the space, while also using design to cultivate an environment conducive to interaction between guests.
A noteworthy example of Melbourne's flourishing food and beverage culture, Little Oscar is a burger joint to check out if you find yourself in the Australian city.
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This Melbourne Burger Restaurant Combines American and Korean Flavors
- By: Rebecca ByersMar 18, 2016