The Stack Restaurant by Wilson Lee and Alex Siu is situated in a historical Tong Lau shophouse in the heart of Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong. Boasting an array of retro elements, this eatery "captures the streetscape elements of old Hong Kong – metal grilles with decorative motifs and neon lights – accents that are now fading away quickly due to gentrification."
This 300 sq-ft restaurant space features cement wall finishes, canton floor tiles and sculptural metal motifs that boast linear patterns.
The Stack Restaurant also features causal bar seating that contributes to its friendly vibe. This steel, kitchen bar is meant to act as a communal table for the chefs, customers and neighbourhood dwellers who are regulars at the charming locale.
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