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I was just curious what are some of the communities favorite restaurants from a design perspective? One of my favorites is Le Train Bleu in Paris the inside of the restaurant is truly amazing and I wish I could of seen it when it was at it's height.

 

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The food was enjoyable but the interior is truly what stood out in my mind.

 

So lets see some of your favorite restaurant interiors 

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Nicko 
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One of my favorites; http://www.pakhuis.be/nl

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My taste runs to simple clean lines, but with enough soft surfaces to break up sound. I like Nicko's pictures from Selene quite well but the lead photo here is too Rococo  and overwrought for my taste.   A lot of the designs I've liked best are gone now in my city, Baccus, Hungry i and such. 

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@ChrisBelgium Pakhuis looks wonderful old world but simple. My kind of place.

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post #5 of 11
An Edinburgh landmark, just a few doors down from the Castle.
http://www.thewitchery.com
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Michel's at the Colony Surf Hotel in Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii, USA

http://www.michelshawaii.com/

oh my gosh, what isn't there to love...

the entire back wall slides open to the crystal blue Pacific Ocean, a mere step away.

Have a fabulous meal (for me, Lobster Bisque, Veal Oscar and a grand marnier Soufflé, oh and a split of champagne please),

watch the sunset,

listen to the rolling surf,

have the most impeccable service I have ever had in the life,

listen to some wonderful music,

but wait... once dinner is over you can take a romantic walk along the pristine white sand beach of Waikiki.

I have eaten at Michel's for a large portion of my life, well for special occassions mostly...

plus my husband and I use to live just a few doors down Kalakaua Avenue.

ALOHA!

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I love the large open, elegant, regal  feel like the first picture. But I do also like simple for when you just want to have a quiet dinner with friends etc. Sleek tables and such, neutral colours, nice ambient music. Just as good as the grandeur type places.

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There are so many restaurants with great interiors in Los Angeles & Las Vegas - all for different reasons, ranging from the beachfront views to Chinese Pagodas.  One of the first restaurants I tried when I came here was Yamashiro's.  Very romantic view of the city etc, to have a cocktail etc. I'd like to go back and try my food cooked on a Himalayan salt block.

 

http://www.yamashirohollywood.com/

 

 

http://www.yamashirohollywood.com/menu/

 

The Magic Castle was interesting too.

 

http://www.magiccastle.com/about/index.cfm

post #9 of 11

In the middle of nowhere nearly on the French border lies restaurant "In de Wulf" run by Kobe Desramault.

Look at his pictures (there's 3 pages full); the food, the rooms where you can stay, the restaurant

 

http://www.flickr.com/photos/indewulf/page1/

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Spice Route, New Delhi: http://www.theimperialindia.com/the_spice_route/

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In the middle of nowhere nearly on the French border lies restaurant "In de Wulf" run by Kobe Desramault.

Look at his pictures (there's 3 pages full); the food, the rooms where you can stay, the restaurant

 

http://www.flickr.com/photos/indewulf/page1/

I love everything about those photos.

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