This street food restaurant design successfully fuses urban aesthetic with indoor modernity. The dining establishment is located in a tiny 1911 garden pavilion in Moscow. The cuisine boasts authentic Israeli meals.
The interior is arranged by STUDIO SHOO who does a great job in curating a playful, potent and welcoming character for the business. Taking into consideration that chef Abu Ghosh will be serving street-style food, the creative firm infuses the space with elements that can be found on the street — from the cobalt blue piping that is suspended from the ceiling and then bends to form wave-like wall art to the small ornamental green sink next to the entry.
What is most striking about this street food restaurant design is the subtle infusion of an array of colors and how they all effortlessly work together to form a cohesive whole.