Posted By Jassim Mohammad
Dining in some ethnic restaurants is a form of art, by
merging taste and atmosphere to give an enjoyable
experience for its customers.
When merging taste and atmosphere, you will live an
Enjoyable experience for its customers. At Hinoak- which
is a combination of two Korean words: hon, meaning fire,
and oak meaning pot- is one of the most unique Korean
restaurants which are specialized in Barbecue, in Melbourne
Australia, you will experience such a cultural atmosphere
that brings the essence of the Korean architectural environment
along with authentic cuisine.
An Australian architecture firm Biasol did the design compilation
and interiors also the Japanese architect Kengo Kuma, put the
idea into reality, by applying vertical wooden design inspired
by a traditional Korean home.
You will notice that the tables, chairs, the bar, and the ceiling
are crafted to blend in with the Korean cultural concept in
a modern fashion that adds to and enhances the dining
The food is grilled to perfection and allows the customers to
grill their meat as an added style to delight the dining experience.
The curvy walls and LED lighting adds a spacious harmonic space
to distribute the seatings and creates comfort for the flow of movement
around the restaurant.
Hinoak might strike the Michelin star someday.
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