Situated in Covent Garden, Japanese Ramen Restaurant is a lighter, brighter and bolder remix of original Shoryu elements.
Situated in Covent Garden, Japanese Ramen Restaurant is a lighter, brighter and bolder remix of original Shoryu elements. The 18th Century Grade II* listed interior looks and feels different to previous Shoryu Ramen Restaurants.
This Great Queen Street Restaurant has been in commercial use by many occupiers which lead to gradual loss of many architectural features. Blenheim Design created an interior which respects and celebrates the features that do remain.
Maja Myall worked closely with Camden Council Heritage Department to ensure the most sympathetic solutions to structural challenges.
Strategically positioned Sake shelves create intimate dining areas. Front of the restaurant is dominated by the back illuminated Japanese bar serving Sake, Plum Whine, and Japanese Whiskey. To the rear, an original garden wall has been revealed, subtly lit and adorned with traditional menu plaques in Japanese script.
Shoryu ramen recipe originate from Hakata and this is communicated with strong wall graphic featuring traditional costumes worn during the Hakata Gion Yamakasa festival in Fukuoka.
Japanese ramen restaurant design in Covent Garden