The illuminated jars hang in front of walls patterned with square-cut wooden blocks, which were designed to resemble traditional butcher’s chopping boards.
A selection of mismatched chairs surround wooden tables, while stools line a grey tiled bar.
We’re featured quite a few restaurants recently where furniture is deliberately unmatching - click here to see one where no two items of furniture or crockery are the same.
Photography is by Vangelis Paterakis.
Here’s some more explanation from K-studio:
barQue sits on the corner of Harilao Trikoupi and Strofiliou in Nea Erythraia.
The cuisine revolves around barbequed meats. This was the starting point for our design and the branding concept.
Barbequing is a social activity, so the design opens up the kitchen and allows the choreography of the chefs to become part of the dining experience, with some diners even sitting along the kitchen worktop to eat.
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