This restaurant invites you to showcase its kitchen

This restaurant invites you to showcase its kitchen

Concrete brings us a new Japanese watering hole and dining experience in Izakaya at the Hotel Roomers, Munich.
The Hotel Roomers in Munich stands out for its Japanese restaurant, Izakaya in a very unique way. The restaurant announces its presence through the show kitchen that looks through the porte-cochere glass facade. This kitchen block continues in the lobby as a jewelry covered with gold mirrors – also the main entrance of the restaurant!

This restaurant invites you to showcase its kitchen

Black and gold dominate the color palette here with contrasting features of light wooden lamell along the ceiling and walls. The golden cladding lifts space primarily through the top of the backlight blades, with a warm yellow marble finish that makes every drink glow. While the bar is a highlight element, one can not miss the stopper show, which is a large wooden koi-carp lamp. Usually Japanese, this lamp might have mastered the design had it not been so dynamic! This restaurant invites you to showcase its kitchen

The seating zone is created by introducing silk rotation panels that are also black mirrors and level changers. Rotating panels serve many purposes: they can connect or separate spaces depending on the angle of rotation. While on the one hand, Japanese-inspired artwork on the silkscreen by artist Gijs Scholten confines him; The other side is coated with a black mirror with different settings. In the afternoon, the whole space can appear as one; While in the next hours, the bar can be closed to create a darker and more comfortable mood that lasts until late at night. This element helps the space to adapt to its clients to enable an experience that can truly be transformed.

A great deal of detail is found in the seats: semi-circular booths, loose tables, long communal tables, bars and sushi tables … all treated individually and yet, woven together by back and gold background paper walls. Mirror cladding with a rhythmic lamella layer that makes Izakaya.

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