Top Australian Restaurant Spaces

by admin on November 15, 2013

This month we have been looking at Restaurant Signage and we thought what better way to top it off by checking out some of the very best restaurant spaces Australia has to offer. We have selected one restaurant from each state based on unique design or dining experience. Bon Appetit!

Singapore House – Adelaide

singapore-house-adelaideThis is a stunning 19th century British inspired space with a unique feature wall in it’s private dining room. The Butterfly Room’s dark wood interior is decorated with 500 individually framed butterflies; it brightens the room with both colour and beauty.

Urbane – Brisbane

urbane-brisbaneThe Restaurant has undergone a transformation from humble bistro to foodie’s heaven. The dining space is small but uncluttered, with sleek, minimalist décor and windows overlooking Brisbane’s Mary Street.

Aubergine – Canberra

aubergine-canberraA high-end restaurant without the pomp and pretentiousness of a high-end restaurant. A well thought out space filled with natural light from its many floor to ceiling windows that creates a warm and open feel.

Pee Wee’s – Darwin

pee-wees-darwinThe restaurant showcases an imaginative design that reflects the beauty and informality of Darwin. Nestled amongst tropical palms and natural environment of East Point nature reserve, the restaurant offers an unforgettable dining experience.

Gazi – Melbourne

Top Resaurant Gazi MelbourneGazi is named after one of the most eccentric neighborhoods in Greece. The ink splattered walls and steel benches reflect the no frills, no fuss attitude of the restaurant’s philosophy that encourages a shared and messy eating experience.

Noma – Perth

noma-perthThe charcoal walls and tables and white chairs create a truly unique dining experience. This unassuming, minimalist space is clever and surprisingly warm and intimate.

Sokyo – Sydney

sokyo-sydneyThe décor creates a dark and moody space. An eye-catching feature is the ink-dark stains that represent the mountainous Japanese landscapes. The intentional lack of signage is clever and adds to the discreet high roller element of the restaurant.



Images courtesy of:

Singapore House (EventScene), Urbane (Essential Solutions), Aubergine (Good Food), Pee Wee’s (Pee Wee), Gazi (Gazi), Noma (Afflante), Sokyo (The Star)

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