Due to its neon lights and darkness, at first it may seem that we are in a nightclub or on the streets of Tokyo, but nothing is further from reality.
Already from the door -and even more so, once inside- the interior design does not go unnoticed by the future guest. Eva Tatay (Tatay Atelier) in collaboration with Labere Studio, together with the Grupo Tesela construction company, have been in charge of capturing the ideas of its founders in this proposal that is a most captivating visual ‘shock’. Today, its waiting list to reserve a table is already famous in the city.
«Guakame Street Food was born with the intention of creating a unique experience by merging the aesthetic and gastronomic part. The inspiration for the venue was primarily Asian components. A lot of neon, a lot of reflection and a lot of color. Above all, I wanted a different space, unrelated to the classic restaurant”, they indicate from Labere Studio.
«When we went to visit the chosen place, we found a quite long and narrow space. Although at first it seemed to play against us, we decided to enhance that corridor effect that was generated from the entrance to the premises. As a vanishing point we locate the Guakame illuminated sign”, they add.