3 Top Restaurant Designs by Steve Leung – Sophisticated and a character of minimalism.
Steve Leung is a leading architect, interior and product designer born in Hong Kong in 1957. As a dedicated contemporary-style advocate, Steve’s works reflect a sophisticated and unique character of minimalism, with skillful adoption of Asian culture and arts. My Design Agenda will show you 3 astonishing design projects for restaurants in Hong Kong, all from the last 3 years. Get inspired!
Don Don Tei
Don Don Tei is a Japanese-style quick-serving traditional tempura bowl restaurant infused into a contemporary dining environment. Don Don Tei is designed with an open kitchen concept and occasional Japanese touches of natural wood and red accents to its interior. Come to Don Don Tei to have an amazing sumptuous Japanese dining experience that serves food of the highest quality with fresh ingredients at affordable prices.
Seasons by Olivier Elzer
Hong Kong’s newest venue for creative French cuisine. The creation of executive chef Olivier Elzer, Seasons is a nuanced reinvention of French cuisine in the heart of modern Asia. A cosmopolitan and smart-casual French restaurant, Seasons places an emphasis on intimacy over austerity, comfort over conformity and quality over all else.
The nostalgia of French colonial Southeast Asia from the 1920’s is recaptured at An Nam. Serving upscale Hué-style food, An Nam features the best of authentic Vietnamese cuisine in a warm and elegant setting. The dining experience at An Nam evokes the atmosphere of the era of Vietnamese colonial style.
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