It seems like a big claim, but can great restaurant design really make the food taste better? Well, there could definitely be some truth in that statement, so let’s explore it.
When restaurant patrons sit down to a meal they need to feel comfortable. The seats need to feel right, the lighting has to be atmospheric and the noise and music levels have to be pleasing. All this before they’ve even looked at a menu or spoken to a waiter!
With this in mind, it goes without saying that all restauranteurs should definitely consider hiring a professional to advise them on interior design and how to design their restaurant to enhance the experience for the patron and ultimately, make their food taste even better.
Design Clarity have a large portfolio of global experience when it comes to restaurant design spanning Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, London and more. Their creative team don’t just stay on trend, they predict and shape them too. Whether your restaurant is a brand new endeavour or a redesign of a current establishment, it would be well worth your while (and your pocket) to talk to the experts at Design Clarity before diving into any onsite work.
Browse some of Design Clarity‘s recent works below to see just why they are sought after as some of the best restaurant designers in the industry.
- Nando’s Adelaide: This restaurant concept was born out of the location and inspired by South Australia’s rural and agricultural heritage. The volume of the space allowed the formation of a feature barn-like structure with exposed trusses, rustic details, eclectic reclaimed objects and found machinery relics.
- Moo Moo Wine Bar & Grill Brisbane: Design Clarity partnered with Global Shopfitters and the Moo Moo directors to realise a unique vision for the new flagship Moo Moo restaurant in this impressive heritage listed site.
- La Bodeguita Del Medio Sydney: The lighting throughout is moody and the walls are adorned with hand scrawled thoughts of patrons, plus some fabulous hand painted murals.