When good food and interesting interior design collide, I think you have a winning restaurant. One great example of that is The Streetfood Club in Utrecht. For some it might be a little hysterical, but I can appreciate the ‘more is more’ trend in interior design. The eclectic mix of Memphis style meets bohemian is characterized by tropical prints, lush jungle plants, pinks and greens, and a touch of glimmer with brass details. Behind the bar you’ll see a tropical wall paper, above the bar the fringed Eyewink lamps by Houtique. (Remember my trend forecast in February when I proclaimed this fringes trend?)
In the middle space of the restaurant your eyes are drawn up to the original stained glass ceiling and down to the geometric floor which is typically Memphis style. And then there is that green wall with the red lips en coloured mirrors that reminds me of eighties pop culture. It’s all so mismatched and contrasting but somehow it works.
The third space is pink and full of references to illusion and the circus.
The food menu is fabulous! I had brunch and tried the very spicy and tasty waffle with Korean fried chicken and veggies, topped with maple syrup. It is Asian style street food with an American twist and some South American flair. Again, all so contrasting but nonetheless in harmony. Love it!
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