Timberyard's collection of cutlery reflects their intrinsic attention to detail found throughout the venue. They delicately choose specific utensils to match their dishes, adding to the eating experience.
At lovecrumbs they ‘solve problems with creative solutions, thinking about practicality over aesthetic’. Their approach to serving tea is alternative, rather than using a teapot or a mug they give you a small cup, a side saucer, your own tea bag and a flask.
Mary is an Inventor of flavours, each day she creates the most extraordinary flavoured gelato enticing curious customers into her shop.
An investigation into The Pantry's eclectic range of plates, uncovering the owners personal connection towards their collection of side plates, dishes and saucers.
Theatre can play a vital role in an experience, helping to create a memory for the customer. Tupiniquim uses theatre of their open kitchen to deliver an honest service where customers can get involved with the creativity of their crepe.
Checkpoint is an extremely versatile space, offering a large variety of tables for customers to use for their specific desire, whether that is to work, drink, eat or play.
Consistency of a concept adds to a brand experience. Civerinos uses the idea of 'relaxed italian street food dining found in a New York neighbourhood' to shape their style of service, interiors, employee attitude and choice of food & drink on the menu.
After visiting West Dean Gardens, my eyes were opened to the varieties of mint available for us to grow and use in our dishes. Their mint allotment housed multiple usual varieties, ready to transform the sensual qualities of a dish.